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© Norwegian Hydrogen

Norwegian Hydrogen’s Hellesylt hub produces first green molecules

Norwegian Hydrogen has produced its first molecules of green hydrogen at its 1.3 tonne-per-day hydrogen hub in Hellesylt, as it enters final commissioning and testing.

Located on the banks of the UNESCO World Heritage Geiranger Fjord, the plant is using renewable energy sources from hydropower stations in Hellesylt.

Over the coming weeks, the company says it will undertake “rigorous testing” to optimise the facility as it ramps up to full production capacity.

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