World Leader in Carbon-Free Power Bets Big on Hydrogen

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EDF, the world's largest producer of carbon-free electricity, believes the Ukraine crisis will accelerate the energy transition. And it is exploring many solutions to decarbonize, including hydrogen hubs and the use of renewables and nuclear to produce hydrogen, says Carine de Boissezon, the company's chief impact officer, in an interview with Energy Intelligence.

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