Zero-emissions ferries and cruises: Norway is a model for hydrogen

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The Norwegian government wants to promote the use of hydrogen in shipping and the movement of heavy goods.

Stockholm It wasn’t long before German politicians made a pilgrimage to Oslo to find out why every second new car in Norway is an electric car. Due to a consistent electrification strategy and extensive subsidies, Norway has become a leader in electric mobility. The Scandinavian country also wants to become a leader in producing green hydrogen. Politicians will soon make their way to the Norwegian capital again.

In June last year, the center-right government in Oslo approved its hydrogen strategy. It didn’t put the country first—Japan, France, South Korea, Australia, and the Netherlands had already presented their fly-gas strategies earlier—but the people in Oslo are confident that they will soon be able to take a leadership role in zero-emission hydrogen production.

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