There’s soon to be a new kid on the hydrogen block, with Nobian and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) today (Dec 14) confirming plans to launch a new industrial green hydrogen company – and it already has a more than 400MW pipeline lined up.
To be called the Hydrogen Chemistry Company (HyCC), the new firm hopes to target large industries, such as aviation, steel, chemicals and refineries, with safe, reliable and affordable green hydrogen solutions.
Hitting the ground running, HyCC wants to initially focus on development a 60MW facility in the north of the Netherland to supply green hydrogen for renewable methanol and aviation fuels, a 100MW project near Amsterdam for sustainable steel produced and a 250MW project in Rotterdam to replace fossil-based hydrogen.
Kate Vidgen, Head of Industrial Transition and Clean Fuels at Macquarie’s Green Investment Group, said, “Green hydrogen is vital to reduce emissions in a wide range of industries that are traditionally difficult to decarbonise – from steel and chemicals to shipping and aviation.
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