OGE to inject green hydrogen into grid

Green hydrogen is set to blended into the natural gas network in Haren, Germany, as early as next year.

As part of a new contract, hydrogen from the 16 wind turbines of the Bürgerwindpark, a community wind farm with a total capacity of 67.2 MW, will be fed into OGE’s local pipeline system.

As part of a site expansion, the wind farm will be equipped with a 2MW electrolyser to convert the wind power into hydrogen.

“This contract is the first-of-its-kind for green hydrogen injected into our pipeline system,” said Frank Reiners, OGE’s Commercial Director. “It shows that we are already taking concrete steps to help build a future hydrogen economy.”

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