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Shell plans large-scale, wind-powered hydrogen plant in Port of Rotterdam

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Expected to go into operation by 2023, the green hydrogen plant will produce about 50,000-60,000kg of hydrogen per day and have a capacity of around 200MW. It is a significant step in the development of a hydrogen value chain for the Port Authority and the country.


https://www.h2-view.com/story/shell-wants-to-create-a-green-hydrogen-hub-in-the-port-of-rotterdam/

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Lynn Wood @ 2020.06.07 12:35 PM
A significant advance in use of hydrogen. Fascinating that hydrogen will be used as fuel for trucks.

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