New hydrogen production facility planned for the Port of Rotterdam

The Port of Rotterdam could soon be home to a brand-new hydrogen production facility.

News of the facility broke today (September 6) as a result of an inked agreement between the port and energy company Uniper, through which the duo will look to develop a 100MW electrolyser at Uniper’s Maasvlakte location.

Already, the partnership has expressed interest in upscaling to 500MW unit.

It is believed that the electrolyser will produce green hydrogen with the use of power generated by North Sea wind farms, located near the port.

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