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World’s first green hydrogen refuelling station opens at Antwerp

Station will produce hydrogen from water and green electricity with a 1.2MW electrolyser

The technology arm of Belgian shipping group Compagnie Maritime Belge has opened what it called the world’s first hydrogen refuelling stations for ships and trucks

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