HYPORT® Oostende project: Companies come together in the name of green hydrogen

Three companies are coming together in Belgium to develop green hydrogen production and deployment in the country, with plans for a first fully operational plant by 2025.

DEME Concessions, a pioneer in the development of offshore energy projects, announced this week that it was partnering with the Port of Oostende and PMV in the exclusive HYPORT® Oostende collaboration.

The trio’s goal is to have a plant operational in the port area of Ostend by 2025 that produces green hydrogen, an end product that will serve as both an energy source for electricity, transport, heat and fuel purposes and as a raw material for industrial purposes too.

The partnership is regarded as a sign of the three organisations’ belief in hydrogen and its potential to unlock or enable the clean energies transition.

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