France is accelerating in the battle for hydrogen

Elisabeth Borne revealed the names of ten companies that will benefit from 2.1 billion euros in subsidies.

“We need competitive, sustainable, sovereign energy. And at the crossroads of energy and industrial transitions, there is hydrogen. »Elisabeth Borne wanted to be offensive on Wednesday by visiting the Alphatech R&D center of the automotive supplier Plastic Omnium, in Venette, in the Oise. And to underline this ambition, the Prime Minister was accompanied by Bruno Le Maire, Minister for the Economy and Finance, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister for Energy Transition, Roland Lescure, Minister Delegate for Industry, and by Laurence Boone, Secretary of State for Europe.

Hydrogen is seen as ticking a lot of boxes in France’s energy transition and reindustrialisation. This is why the government is putting so many resources into it. “We have set ourselves ambitious objectives: to make France the leader in carbon-free hydrogensays Elisabeth Borne. To achieve this, massive investment had to be made. That’s what…

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