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Vattenfall to provide hydrogen for green fuel

In collaboration with Swedish company Preem, Vattenfall will provide hydrogen to convert forest by-products to green fuel. The collaboration could double Preem's production and help Sweden to achieve over half of its climate goals for the transport sector.

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The two Swedish companies Vattenfall and Preem have entered into a collaboration where they will investigate the potential of using climate-smart hydrogen gas in the production of biofuels.

The goal is to double Preem's production of biodiesel and other fossil fuel-free biofuels worth 3 million cubic metres looking ahead to 2030, writes Vattenfall on its website.

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