Fortescue and E.ON act on Europe energy shortfall

FFI’s Green Fleet Team is converting the 75-metre PSV MMA Leveque to run on green ammonia in collaboration with MMA Offshore.

Source: MMA Offshore

Australian renewable green energy development company Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and E.ON, one of Europe’s largest operators of energy networks and infrastructure, have plans to deliver up to five million tonnes per annum of green, renewable hydrogen to Europe by 2030.

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