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They will reverse 10 million mdd to build a green hydrogen plant in Oaxaca

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The financial fund of Denmark, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partnersit will reverse 10 million dollars for the construction of a plant in which it will produce green hydrogen in one of the development centers in the Interoceanic Corredor of the Istmo de Tehuantepec (CIIT).

In the morning press conference in Oaxaca, the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador he stated that green hydrogen — which is used for boat fuel — is part of the transition to clean energy to get rid of fossil fuels.

“They are going to reverse this phase of development — this is the news that we were looking for — 10 million dollars, because they are going to produce energy, green hydrogen to replace fossil fuels, that new ships are going to move with green hydrogen, and everything this is going to be produced in the isthmus.

“We are talking about the era of no contamination, about everything we are doing to avoid climate change. Indeed, you are ready to sign this statement. I’m not going to touch myself until the job is finished, but I want to leave everything formalized with the conveniences and everything. This is going to help a lot, a lot, a lot of the isthmus,” said the federal representative from the installations of the 28th Military Zone in Oaxaca.

During your participation in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) in San Francisco, California, last week, the president López Obrador promoted priority projects for Mexico implemented in its administration, such as the Sound Plan for Sustainable Energy and the Corredor Interoceánico del Istmo de Tehuantepec (CIIT).

POR NOEMÍ GUTIÉRREZ AND IVÁN SALDAÑA

MAAZ

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