EDP to accelerate green hydrogen deployment with a 1.5GW pledge

By John Engel Portuguese electric utility company EDP has pledged to deploy 1.5GW of green hydrogen capacity by 2030 to help increase the use of the low-carbon energy resource for energy security and decarbonization.

EDP joins 28 large companies including Iberdrola, Enel, Engie, Shell, and Total, that have pledged to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development H2Zero commitment, which is designed to expand the deployment of large-scale green hydrogen projects globally.

EDP’s commitment will help decarbonize the Iberian Peninsula, the US, and Brazil, countries where the utility has operations. The pledge is expected to help EDP to expand its solar and wind energy infrastructure

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