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EDPR and Lhyfe band together on hydrogen projects

The two companies will team up to identify, develop, build, and manage green hydrogen projects.

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Portuguese EDP Renewables and French Lhyfe are teaming up to enter more hydrogen projects with the aim of identifying, developing, building, and managing hydrogen facilities.

At the same time, the two parties have signed a deal stipulating that EDPR will supply renewable energy to Lhyfe’s hydrogen projects, writes EDPR in a press release.

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