World’s first commercial-scale green hydrogen plant has been announced by a trio of Belgian companies

January 28, 2020 |

In Belgium, Rechargenews reported that the offshore wind engineer DEME, the financier PMV, and the Port of Ostend plan to build a 50 MW demonstration plant— and its set to be the worlds largest electrolyzer plant and the worlds first commercial-scale green hydrogen plant. The companies announced their hope that “by 2022, the roll-out of a large-scale shore-based power project, running on green hydrogen, will start.” Several companies have suggested that green hydrogen could become cost-competitive with grey hydrogen by 2030, but only if the projects such as the one occurring on the port of Belgium become more common, thereby bringing the hydrogen market to scale. 

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