Dutch industrial regions can host large scale hydrogen

An ISPT-study shows that the Dutch industrial regions can host large-scale green hydrogen production through industrial electrolysis of water. The industrial clusters of Rotterdam, the North Sea Canal area, Geleen, Zeeland and the northern Netherlands are all suitable for a gigawatt scale electrolyser.

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German government agrees on economic stimulus package

Part of the 130 billion euro German corona economic stimulus package will be used to make the energy industry greener. Simon Göss of Energy Brainpool gives an overview of the focus points of the German government. Especially the hydrogen plans are interesting for European industry in general. Simon Göss, Energy Brainpool

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Turquoise hydrogen and carbon black

The breakthrough of hydrogen seems imminent. However, the problem is CO2 emissions during production. Methane pyrolysis produces hydrogen from natural gas with carbon as a valuable by-product. Call it the turquoise variant. BASF, Shell and also TNO see possibilities. Currently, the industry already uses a lot of hydrogen. Among other things for the desulphurization of […]

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