EU plans more joint purchasing in energy sector

A successful common gas scheme provides the model for how the EU will match buyers and sellers of hydrogen and materials for green technologies. 
A new terminal for liquified natural gas in German port city Lubmin | Photo: Annegret Hilse/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
A new terminal for liquified natural gas in German port city Lubmin | Photo: Annegret Hilse/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
by louise wendt jensen, translated by daniel pedersen

The first round of joint gas purchasing under the EU Energy Platform was a big success, informs the EU Commission, which is now escalating plans to buy hydrogen and critical raw materials to be used in clean industry, reports the Financial Times.

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