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New projects point to emergence of low-cost Green Hydrogen

Green Hydrogen has burst into two commercial markets this week, with projects tackling both injection into the gas grid for heating as well as storing surplus electricity from renewables. After years of “will it? won’t it?”, this signals the baby-steps of a Green Hydrogen market which is finally looking set to enter the commercial scene at competitive cost. This has the potential to provide an ideal route for heavy industries to net-zero emissions, without going down the uncertain road of carbon capture and “blue hydrogen.” The largest of these projects is the Hyport Oostende plant in Belgium – the world’s first commercial-scale green hydrogen plant to be powered solely by offshore wind. The birthchild of DEME, PMW and the Port…

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