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Hamburg green hydrogen hub shortlisted for IPCEI program

Hamburg green hydrogen hub shortlisted for IPCEI program

The Hamburg green hydrogen hub has today (May 28) been included in the German Federal Ministry of Economics’ shortlist of projects under consideration for funding under the Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) program.

The project details a plan to jointly produce hydrogen from wind and solar power at the Hamburg-Moorburg power plant site and utilise it in its vicinity.

In addition to constructing a scalable electrolyser with an output of an initial 100MW, the further development of the site into a green energy hub is also planned.

This includes the exploration of the extent to which the existing infrastructure of the Moorburg location can be used for the production of energy from renewable sources.

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