The first industrial-size power plant fueled by hydrogen in the world is brought into operation Monday, July 12 in Fusina, near Venice.The choice of Fusina as the site of the trial is due to the presence of coal-fired power plant and the nearby petrochemical Marghera that provided the raw materials. The plant with a capacity of 16 MW, is based on a combined cycle in which a turbo is fed with hydrogen to produce electricity and heat.Exhaust fumes are made exclusively by hot air and steam.The plant required a total investment of about 50 million of euro.The plant is capable of producing 60 milli

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The first industrial-size power plant fueled by hydrogen in the world is brought into operation Monday, July 12 in Fusina, near Venice.The choice of Fusina as the site of the trial is due to the presence of coal-fired power plant and the nearby petrochemical Marghera that provided the raw materials. The plant with a capacity of 16 MW, is based on a combined cycle in which a turbo is fed with hydrogen to produce electricity and heat.Exhaust fumes are made exclusively by hot air and steam.The plant required a total investment of about 50 million of euro.The plant is capable of producing 60 milli

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Location: Fusina, 30176 Venezia, Italia