Why Brazil’s Ceará state may become an important green hydrogen world hub

Brazilian companies join foreign companies to produce green hydrogen. Eneva, Differential, Hytron, and H2Hellium signed an agreement to initiate preliminary studies for the installation at the seaport and join the project led by the regional government, the Federation of Industries of the State of Ceará (FIEC), and the Federal University of Ceará (UFC).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Never heard of Ceará? That's likely to change soon. The Brazilian state with its tourist capital Fortaleza in the northeast of the country is in the process of positioning itself in the field of sustainable energy production.

There the largest Green Hydrogen (H2) hub is beginning to take shape. The area, located 60 kilometers from the capital city of Fortaleza, will concentrate several companies connected to . . .

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