FlexH2 project awarded key funding to develop innovative hydrogen production technology from offshore wind

The FlexH2 project has been awarded €4m ($4.52m) in government funding from the Netherlands with the project a key demonstration of hydrogen production from offshore wind.

Unveiled today (Dec 14), the funding is being provided as part of the MOOI-SIGOHE tender scheme by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).

The FlexH2 research project, led by Shell, intends to both develop and demonstrate technology that will accelerate the scale-up of offshore wind, green hydrogen production and its integration into the energy system.

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