Venice becomes first H2-power city

September 2009
Modern Power Systems;Sep2009, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p6
The article reports that energy provider Enel SpA has successfully began operations of its Fusina power plant in Venice, Italy. It mentions that the city is the first to benefit from zero-emissions power plant powered by hydrogen and which generates 12 megawatts of electricity. It states that the move is initiated by the Venice Industrial Union to generate electricity and to develop hydrogen technologies for transportation.


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