EXCLUSIVE: France urges Brussels to label nuclear-produced hydrogen ‘green’

French Energy Minister Agnès Pannier-Runacher is trying to get EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson to include nuclear among energy sources for the production of so-called “green” hydrogen, according to a letter seen by EURACTIV France.

EXCLUSIVE: France urges Brussels to label nuclear-produced hydrogen ‘green’

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