European energy tide has turned, but some are still flailing

Analysts feel that government pressure and investment opportunities will help meet goals

A rendering of Iberdrola’s planned Puertollano green hydrogen plant, which the company says will be the largest plant producing green hydrogen for industrial use in Europe.

. . . . It pays to get into the green game early. At least that’s what European utilities are finding, with the ones who have already closed down most or all of their fossil-fuel plan…

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