Germany, Denmark, Belgium, and the Netherlands partner to generate 20GW of green hydrogen in the North Sea by 2030

Energy Ministers from Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Belgium have released a statement emphasising the production of offshore wind energy and hydrogen in the North Sea.

In a joint declaration, the representatives from each country have highlighted the use of renewable energies and clean technologies as a means to transition away from Russian fossil fuel reliance.

This belief has also been backed up with significant targets: at least 65GW of offshore wind by 2030 and doubling the total 2030 capacity of offshore wind to at least 150GW by 2050.

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