European renewable energy company Statkraft is about to make a major push into green hydrogen as part of a broader clean energy drive.
In Germany, the company plans to have at least 250MW of installed electrolysis capacity operational in 2030.
In April, it announced plans for a 10MW pilot project at the existing power plant site in Emden, which is expected to be operational in 2025, provided the necessary permits and funding are in place.
The aim is to operate electrolysers in Emden to produce green hydrogen with a total capacity of up to 200MW connected to the future hydrogen pipeline network by 2030, in a bid to become one of the top 10 green hydrogen producers in the country. Other German power plant sites are currently being examined for their potential to produce green hydrogen.
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