Equinor and Yara invest in British hydrogen fund

Norway's state renewable energy fund Nysnø is investing in one of very few hydrogen-only funds in the world alongside Equinor and Yara.

CEO Siri M. Kalvig

The Norwegian state's renewable energy fund, Nysnø, has teamed up with Hydro and Equinor to invest EUR 13m in UK-based AP Ventures Fund II.

The British fund is almost one of a kind.

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