Interview: How Portugal plans to become a green hydrogen powerhouse

Portugual’s junior energy minister João Galamba tells ENDS why he believes his country is uniquely placed to take advantage of rising demand for green hydrogen as a fuel and an energy vector to help achieve its NECP targets and a post-covid economic recovery.

by Richard Weyndling
João Galamba: “We see H2 as a complement to electricity but it cannot cannibalise electricity generation that is needed for other things.” Photo: Portuguese government
João Galamba: “We see H2 as a complement to electricity but it cannot cannibalise electricity generation that is needed for other things.” Photo: Portuguese government

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