Friuli Venezia Giulia, the Hydrogen Valley with Slovenia and Croatia moves forward
Meeting in Zagreb. Councilor Scoccimarro: “EU and NRRP funds available”
“A significant step forward for strengthening cooperation between Friuli Venezia Giulia,
Slovenia and Croatia, which are making a joint effort to transform their economies by directing
them, through innovative solutions, toward decarbonization.” Friuli's Councilor for Environment and
Energy, Fabio Scoccimarro, said this in Zagreb on Monday while speaking at the meeting of partners
and stakeholders of the North Adriatic cross-border Hydrogen Valley, which precisely brings
together the Italian region with Slovenia and Croatia.
Scoccimarro pointed out that – in addition to European funds, technical assistance programs related to the achievement of the Green Deal goals and the implementation of the European Hydrogen Strategy – the NRRP also provides for investments in H2, aimed in particular at promoting the production, distribution and use of this vector. These tools, the Councilor explained, “can be complemented with the Hydrogen Valley project in a cross-border and transnational perspective, in order to strengthen scientific and industrial cooperation between Italy, Slovenia and Croatia.”
The meeting in Zagreb was attended, among others, by Croatia’s Undersecretary for Economy and Sustainable Development, Ivo Milatic, and Slovenia’s Minister of Infrastructure, Tina Seršen, as well as representatives of Friuli Venezia Giulia's interdepartamental working group coordinated by the Directorate for Labor University and Research.
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13 September 2022 - 16:22 CEST