A new consortium is looking to launch a complete green hydrogen supply chain in Germany, with production, transport, storage, and industrial off-take targeted to take place between 2024 and 2030.
The group, dubbed GET H2, is formed of bp, Evonik, Nowega, OGE, RWE, Salzgitter Flachstahl and Thyssengas, all of which have a key role to play in the ambitions.
Under the plans, GET H2 wants to build a cross-border infrastructure for hydrogen from Lingen to Gelsenkirchen and from the Dutch border to Salzgitter.
Sharing its proposal yesterday (9th March), the group said that to kick off the supply chain, RWE will produce green hydrogen via and electrolysis plant in Lingen.
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