Groningen Airport aims to be the first hydrogen valley airport

Groningen Airport hopes to become the first hydrogen valley airport in Europe.

Groningen Airport Eelde and New Energy Coalition are to make the airport more environmentally sustainable through various green hydrogen applications in line objectives set in the Northern Netherlands region.

It has been stated that Groningen Airport, along with the NXT Airport initiative, want to be able to produce green hydrogen on site and use it in both land and air operations for innovative developments in the near future.

This could be achieved through a collaboration with GroenLeven, which has built a solar park with a capacity of 21.9MW between the runway, apron and taxiway, to produce the clean fuel.

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