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💥Energy Flux💥Friday, 16th July 2021
There are good reasons for Europe to prioritise domestic production of ‘green’ fuels such as hydrogen and ammonia over imports from overseas suppliers. It appears that this is exactly what Brussels is trying to do, as part of its landmark ‘fit for 55’ legislative proposals.
That’s the lead story in today’s edition of Energy Flux, which looks like this:
💥Is the EU tipping the scales against green fuel imports?
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Is the EU tipping the scales against green fuel imports?
The EU is planning an unprecedented rollout of renewa…