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EU Commissioner Ivanova: EU Leads Funding for Climate Action Research
[28/11/2023 01:22]
SOFIA –Saba
The European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Iliana Ivanova, said in an interview with Bulgarian News Agency BTA that the European Union "is one of the leading sources of funding for research featured in the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), thanks to the Horizon Europe programme."

Ivanova said the IPCC is among the most reputable sources of knowledge on climate change.

Ivanova, according to BTA, also highlighted EU-funded innovation projects in Bulgaria in the field of climate action.

Bulgaria's Hydrogen Valley is among the 9 EU-wide projects selected for funding by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership. Located near Stara Zagora, Southern Bulgaria, it aims to produce at least 500 tonnes of hydrogen a year.

The EU is funding it with a grant of EUR 8 million.


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