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Everything we know about the $1.5bn Clean Hydrogen Coastline project in Germany

Everything we know about the $1.5bn Clean Hydrogen Coastline project in Germany

Dr. Geert Tjarks strongly believes that the Clean Hydrogen Coastline project in Northwest Germany can turn Europe into a significant player in the global hydrogen market. “With an intended goal of 400MW from electrolysis, Clean Hydrogen Coastline can significantly support a European value chain for hydrogen technologies,” Tjarks, Stakeholder Manager of Hydrogen at EWE Gasspeicher, enthused.

Clean Hydrogen Coastline was unveiled in March by EWE and sees several of North Germany’s largest industrial companies aligned in a $1.5bn project which aims to integrate hydrogen into the northwest German coastline. The basis of the project is to create green hydrogen that will be exported to the rest of Europe contributing to the growing European hydrogen economy, with an increased focus in industrial application.

Read more: $1.5bn plans unveiled to integrate hydrogen into the northwest German coastline

H2 View got in touch with EWE and Tjarks to find out more about the project and how crucial it could be for deployment of hydrogen infrastructure in Europe.

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