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Spain will stop sending electricity to France if Paris uses theirs to produce pink hydrogen

Ribera heats up the Mediterranean summit of Energy ministers: “We are not willing to meet domestic demand because they are using their plants to produce hydrogen”
When it seemed forgotten, the cold war between Madrid and Paris on account of pink hydrogen has re-emerged on the eve of the summit of energy ministers of the Mediterranean countries (Med9), which will take place this Thursday in Valletta (Malta). This time, the attack has come from the south of the Pyrenees, through statements by the Minister of Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera, to the Reuters agency. The headline to heat up the meeting is served: the government will turn off the tap to France if Paris takes advantage of Spanish electricity while using its own to produce nuclear hydrogen.

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