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Sicily candidate to host the headquarters of the National High Technology Center for Hydrogen

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The Region has launched the strategic document with which the path is outlined, as part of the National Plan for recovery and resilience, to make the island an international point of reference

The Musumeci government is a candidate for Sicily to host the headquarters of the National High Technology Center for Hydrogen. The regional council, on the proposal of the councilor for energy Alberto Pierobon, has in fact launched the strategic document with which the path is outlined, as part of the national plan for recovery and resilience, to make the island a point of international reference for hydrogen research.

The Recovery plan plans to raise the potential for growth and encourage innovation by investing half of the resources in the South. The government proposal – which the general manager of the Energy Department Antonio Martini will integrate into the regional energy plan – will allow Sicily to seize a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in accordance with the national energy and climate document. The “Hydrogen strategy” is a very important component and is worth investments of one trillion euros over ten years.

“We are thinking with a strategic and long-term vision – explains Councilor Pierobon – hydrogen acts as a link between the gas sector and electricity and allows a” green “transformation of the industry, without changing the logistics and the supply chain. I have already heard from all the energy giants, from Enea to Terna, Eni, Snam Enel, Gse and Cnr, acquiring unanimous support for the initiative of the Sicilian Region ».

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