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MVM seeks leadership role in hydrogen production

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The goal of the MVM Group is to become Hungary's indisputable leader in the production of carbon-free hydrogen by 2030, Zsolt Bertalan, Group-level Technology and Innovation Director, told portfolio.hu.

The company's goals also include being ready to operate a hydrogen-producing infrastructure by the end of the decade, as well as providing hydrogen to its partners in addition to electricity, natural gas and heat.

MVM's efforts in this direction are in line with the National Hydrogen Strategy and support it in several respects beyond energy applications, Bertalan stressed, emphasizing the study of the economic and technical possibilities of providing carbon-free hydrogen for mobility, transportation and industrial use.

In its vision for the decade, the company also intends to place great emphasis on research and development and innovation activities launched with the cooperation of Hungarian higher education institutions.

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