The HyPSTER project is gearing up for its construction phase

The EU HyPSTER project, which was launched in January 2021 and is the first green-hydrogen underground storage facility demonstrator supported by the European Union, is moving forward with the completion and approval of its engineering studies. Once done, the construction phase, which will include building an above-ground hydrogen production platform and converting a salt cavity into a hydrogen storage facility, will be able to begin.

The French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks (INERIS) is supporting this project on safety-related matters in order to help ensure that this technology is developed safely in Europe.

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