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Forrest pitches a green Fortescue to super fundsBY STAFF WRITER | WEDNESDAY, 1 SEP 2021 12:23PM
In his keynote address at the AIST's investment conference, Andrew Forrest said Fortescue is ready to go green by 2030 and it's the best opportunity for super funds to get exposure to green hydrogen.
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