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EU to support Polish hydrogen projects

30.07.2021 18:30
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Poland’s Cluster of Hydrogen Technologies have signed an advisory agreement to support investment in clean hydrogen technology in the country.
The European Investment Banks Teresa Czerwińska (left) during the signing in Warsaw this week.
The European Investment Bank's Teresa Czerwińska (left) during the signing in Warsaw this week.Photo: PAP/Tomasz Gzell

“Advisory support is key in this area, and the cooperation we are starting makes sure that undertakings … can reach a more advanced stage and become so-called bankable projects—ones that can be supported by financial organisations,” said EIB Vice-President Teresa Czerwińska.

The European Investment Bank is a European Union financial institution that provides long-term loans to the bloc's member states.

Radio Poland's Michał Owczarek has this report.

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