This public funding project is the second of the PIIEC (Important Project of Common European Interest).
Thirteen States are concerned, including France.
This aid aims to support the development of hydrogen and related infrastructure.
Hy2Use is the name of this project for which Europe has given its agreement.
By 2036, it must improve safety and environmental impact.
Supported by 29 companies from the 13 member countries, this project aims to motivate private investors to join the hydrogen revolution.
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