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Germany to join Mediterranean hydrogen pipeline project

By DW
05 February 2023   |   12:09 pm
The hydrogen pipeline will bring "green" gas from the Iberian Peninsula to the rest of Europe. France, Portugal, and Spain previously agreed to build the pipeline, which should be operational by 2030.

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