Northern Green Crane targets industrial scale green hydrogen from Sweden by 2026

The Northern Green Crane project aims to transport up to 8,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year from Sweden to Germany and the Netherlands by 2026 using liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) technology.

Access to the source in Sweden significantly enhances the project and all landing points remain as planned by Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies with partners Royal Vopak and Germany’s Get H2 initiative.

Green hydrogen will be stored using LOHC in Sweden with a 24-tonnes-a-day hydrogenation plant from Hydrogenious, and up to 40 shiploads a year are earmarked for the two countries.

In Rotterdam, half of the hydrogen will be released in a new Hydrogenious LOC dehydrogenation plant (12 tonnes of H2 daily) and the other half of the hydrogen-loaded LOHC will be transported by barge via the river Ems to Lingen in Germany.

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