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Shell, MHI, Vattenfall, Wärme Hamburg unveil plans for one of the largest electrolyser plants in Europe

Shell, MHI, Vattenfall, Wärme Hamburg unveil plans for one of the largest electrolyser plants in Europe

Shell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Vattenfall and Wärme Hamburg have today revealed plans for one of the largest electrolyser plants in Europe that will produce green hydrogen from wind and solar power.

Anticipated to start producing its first green hydrogen in 2025, the 100MW scalable electrolyser will be built at the Hamburg-Moorburg power plant site in Hamburg, Germany, with further development of the site into a ‘green energy hub’ also planned.

The four companies have signed a letter of intent and are planning how they can jointly produce hydrogen from wind and solar power at the Hamburg-Moorburg power plant site and utilise it in its vicinity.

The project is subject to final investment decision, the four companies said in a statement, and they intend to apply for funding under the EU programme Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI).

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