Germany and The Netherlands to integrate hydrogen grids


Germany/The Netherlands – The governments of Germany and the Netherlands have agreed to work together more closely in the future to integrate their respective hydrogen pipeline networks.

The countries intend to collaborate on all projects aiming at developing cross-border hydrogen corridors, including the Delta Rhine Corridor, and will outline the actions required to achieve ambitious execution. By 2027, the first two interconnections could be completed.

The governments held a joint session solely dedicated to hydrogen infrastructure, with a follow-up meeting scheduled for the end of 2023.

Shared hydrogen vision

Germany and the Netherlands also agreed on the next stages for the Netherlands’ participation in the H2Global effort, including the development of a shared vision for hydrogen import policies as well as a cooperative value chain roadmap.

Furthermore, they emphasized the importance of well-connected infrastructure connecting both countries for decarbonizing industry and the transportation sector.