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Europe’s ‘first’ cross-border hydrogen networks to be developed across Belgium and the Netherlands
Europe’s ‘first’ cross-border hydrogen networks to be developed across Belgium and the Netherlands

Europe’s ‘first’ cross-border hydrogen networks to be developed across Belgium and the Netherlands

Northern Europe could receive a large boost to its hydrogen economy with Gasunie and Fluxys partnering to develop a Dutch-Belgian hydrogen network in the North Sea Port area.

Stretching from Ghent to Vlissingen and Terneuzen, the plans include supplying hydrogen to companies in the 60km port area and support the adoption of hydrogen for local companies.

In doing so, much of Belgium and the Netherlands could have access to hydrogen technologies and decarbonise various hard-to-abate sectors in the region.

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