VoltH2 has signed a cooperation agreement with North Sea Port for a long-term concession contract for a 30,000-square-foot plot of land in Tel Neuzen. VoltH2 is planning to build a hydrogen plant with distribution capabilities.
As a result of this project, VoltH2 Terneuzen plans to construct a 25 MW electrolysis plant that can produce up to 3,600 tons of green hydrogen annually. In doing so, the plant will promote sustainability for the entire North Sea Port area.
Additionally, the Terneuzen site is nearby an existing bio-LNG generation plant and there are two other bio-steam and bio-ethanol projects under development.
Daan Schalck, CEO of North Sea Port, said: “North Sea Port is strongly committed to the energy transition. VoltH2’s new hydrogen plant in Terneuzen contributes to this effort and offers many opportunities for companies located in the Axelse Vlakte industrial park. In doing so, it further enhances North Sea Port’s position as a hydrogen hub in Western Europe.”
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