NortH2 adds two new members to aid in the development of a 10GW Dutch hydrogen project

Two new members have joined NortH2 in a bid to develop a 10GW hydrogen project and create the “first” large-scale green ammonia and methanol value chains in the Netherlands.

Revealed today (March 31), OCI N.V. and Eneco have both joined the project that will utilise both of the companies leading roles in the energy sector to situate the Netherlands at the forefront of the hydrogen revolution.

NortH2 aims to develop a large-scale offshore wind-to-hydrogen electrolysis project in the Eemshaven area. During its current feasibility phase NortH2 consists of Equinor, RWE, Shell and Gasunie with the support of Groningen Sea Ports.

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