Acta Group to Install Hydrogen Fueling Stations in Italy

Acta Group, a clean energy company, has planned to install a series of hydrogen fueling stations that will be powered by solar across in Italy. Across the country, the company has created commercial systems for the purpose of converting water into hydrogen through solar energy usage.

Even though hydrogen is emissions-friendly, the required components for conversion tend to be very expensive and do not originate from the renewable sources. Hydrogen fuel has become very flexible since most of the new technologies allow it for working together with batteries, thus making it an alternative, viable option and is being tried out in Italy on a huge scale.

Acta Group is deriving all the benefits arising out of the federal legislation of Italy that requires novel petrol stations to set up a minimum capacity in photovoltaic generation while offering gaseous fuel alternatives as well. Therefore, a solar-powered hydrogen fuel pump becomes the ideal solution.

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