Iberdrola mobilises green hydrogen in the Apenine railway hub in Italy

Iberdrola has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with AECOM, Ancitel Energia e Ambiente and Cinque International to undertake the project to convert the Apennine railway, which links Sansepolcro (Arezzo) and Sulmona (L'Aquila) in Italy, to green hydrogen.

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