May 2022, Vol. 249, No. 5

Features

Germany, Netherlands Up Ambition for North Sea Hydrogen Hubs

By Andreas Walstad, P&GJ European Correspondent  There is no shortage of ideas when it comes to exploiting the strong winds offshore Germany and the Netherlands to produce green hydrogen. Shell, Equinor, Neptune Energy and RWE are among the energy firms that plan to produce millions of tons of the clean fuel by connecting large electrolyzer plants to offshore wind farms. Let’s be clear. All of these ambitious projects are at early stages of development. As impressive as they look on the drawing board, there are technological challenges to overcome and commercial viability to consider.   However, projects that could help displace imports of Rus

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