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Episode 387: European Hydrogen Update

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Energy market reporter Laura Mendes and lead hydrogen reporter Jake Stones discuss key developments in European hydrogen. This episode covers a recent announcement from INEOS to invest £1bn at the Grangemouth industrial cluster in Scotland to support blue hydrogen production, the UK’s future of hydrogen, and what the German elections might mean for the largest demand base in Europe.

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