EIES21: What’s next in Hydrogen?

The vistas for hydrogen are often clearer than the concrete steps that need to be taken now. But what needs to happen now to make the ambitions a reality. During the side event ‘Next steps in Hydrogen’ at EIES2021, we will investigate the construction of a hydrogen backbone in the Netherlands, the possibilities of importing hydrogen from overseas and the geographical possibilities of green hydrogen in Europe. 

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UK government commits £9.4 million to new hydrogen project at wind farm near Glasgow

United Kingdom – A new hydrogen storage project near Glasgow has received roughly £9.4 million in funding from the UK government. The funds will be used to develop the UK’s largest electrolyser, a device that transforms water to hydrogen gas for energy storage. It will be placed near ScottishPower’s Whitelee Windfarm, the largest of its […]

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EIES21: ‘Think of it as a highway in need of renovation’

The Netherlands – The Dutch government wants a national transport network for hydrogen. It is a task with which Hynetwork Services will be working. The next step for this 100% owned subsidiary of Gasunie is to connect five large industrial clusters in the Netherlands. ‘It is now important that we get a market going,’ says project director Eddie Lycklama à Nijeholt.

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