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Daily Express says Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, and Poland have struck a historic green deal for their various gas transmission system operators (TSOs) to develop the region’s hydrogen grid and team up on decarbonising. Romanian TSO Transgaz struck up the idea and approached Poland’s Gaz-System, Slovakia’s Eustream and Hungary’s FGSZ. The four TSOs have already signed the memorandum of understanding and are said to be looking at getting others in the region involved too.
The deal will involve sharing best practices in hydrogen, production, CO2 transportation and the decarbonisation of operations.
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