Shell wants to generate up to 4 GW from hydrogen in 2030

The oil company is working with Gasunie and Groningen Seaports to start Europe's biggest PtX project, aiming for offshore wind to generate up to 10 GW of sustainable hydrogen by 2040.
Photo: Ørsted
Photo: Ørsted

Sustainable hydrogen may be on its way into a new, bigger phase. Shell Nederland, Gasunie and the Groningen Seaports have announced the launch of the NortH2 project, which aims to generate 3-4 GW of hydrogen using offshore wind in 2030. They hope to generate 10 GW in 2040, according to Shell's Dutch website.

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