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New bid to boost Poland’s hydrogen sector

15.10.2021 16:45
Poland’s government and industry have agreed to jointly develop hydrogen technology as the country seeks to reduce its reliance on coal.
  • Audio report: New bid to boost Poland’s hydrogen sector
A hydrogen-powered bus in the southern Polish city of Kraków.
A hydrogen-powered bus in the southern Polish city of Kraków.Photo: PAP/Łukasz Gągulski

“Our goal is to make hydrogen technology commonplace in the future as it will be used in both cargo and public transport as well as in the energy and heating sectors,” Deputy Climate Minister Ireneusz Zyska said.

He added that the team-up also aimed to "support technologies in heavy industry, energy-consuming sectors and in energy storage projects."

Michał Owczarek reports...

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