Sweco set to design VoltH2’s green hydrogen plants for the North Sea Port

VoltH2 has commissioned engineering consultancy firm Sweco to design two green hydrogen plants in the North Sea Port area that could produce around 15 million kilograms of green hydrogen per year.

The green hydrogen infrastructure developer announced in September (2020) plans to build a green hydrogen plant with storage, refuelling and distribution facilities.

At the time, VoltH2 said it envisages the construction of a 25MW electrolysis unit which will produce up to 3,600 tonnes of green hydrogen annually.

By integrating hydrogen storage, local filling stations can also be supplied, thus contributing to increased sustainability for North Sea Port.

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