Ørsted to expand North Sea Port into green hydrogen hub; unveils plans for one of the world’s largest hydrogen production facility

Plans for one of the world’s largest hydrogen production plants that will be linked to industrial demand in the Netherlands and Belgium have been unveiled today (31st March) by Ørsted.

The ‘SeaH2Land’ vision will see a hydrogen infrastructure developed with the potential to stretch 45km across the North Sea port from Vlissingen-Oost, the Netherlands to Gent, Belgium.

The hydrogen production facility will be built as part of the plans and it’s expected to be capable of 1GW by 2030.

The plant will feature an electrolyser able to convert 20% of the current hydrogen consumption in the region into renewable hydrogen.

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