The Netherlands releases plans for national hydrogen network

Plans to construct a national transport network for hydrogen in the Netherlands have today (June 29) been announced by the Dutch Government, taking the country a step closer towards a more sustainable energy system.

Reuters has reported the plans announced by Rob Jetten, Dutch Minister for Climate and Energy, will see a €750m ($786m) investment in the development, with the Dutch gas network operator, Gasunie managing and operating the network.

Gasunie has said it will develop the network in coming years, after which it will operate the transmission system, while playing a role in the storage and import of hydrogen to feed the network.

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