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Dutch institute joins calls for action on green hydrogen

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Demands include better coordination and faster development of water electrolysis technology

The TNO, a Dutch institute for applied scientific research, has added its voice to pan-European calls to make environmentally friendly hydrogen—produced using electricity from renewable sources—the dominant energy carrier of the future.

The organisation has teamed up with other research and technology centres, including Germany’s Forschungszentrum Jülich and Fraunhofer institutes; France’s Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission; and Sintef, a Norwegian applied research organisation.

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