The Moroccan government has outlined strategies to attract global investors to its hydrogen sector, designating specific areas and offering support programs. According to government sources, 1 million hectares of public land have been earmarked, with an initial allocation of 300,000 hectares divided into plots ranging from 10,000 to 30,000 hectares, based on project size. The government said it will safeguard and regulate the use of public land through contractual agreements.

Lycée Maritime Bastia said it is progressing on the construction of a hydrogen-powered training vessel in Corsica, France. “The REXH2s are already in their compartments, and the tanks will soon be integrated on board,” said Julien Comett, the deputy director of Lycée Maritime de Bastia. EODev, a French hydrogen specialist, produces REXH2, the hydrogen generator.

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