Province signs letter of intent with Germany for the development of green hydrogen

Province signs letter of intent with Germany for the development of green hydrogen

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The provincial government has signed a letter of intent with the city of Hamburg, Germany, indicating cooperation in green hydrogen and hydrogen technologies.

Tourism Secretary Steve Crocker signed the statement on behalf of Prime Minister Andrew Furey, who is in the province to address the devastation caused by Hurricane Fiona.

The letter of intent, signed at Hamburg City Hall on the first day of the International WindEnergy Hamburg Conference, aims to boost the development of hydrogen supply chains for green hydrogen exports from Newfoundland to Germany.

The province lifted the moratorium on commercial wind energy developments, prompting a number of companies to propose wind energy and hydrogen developments on the southwest coast.

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