Shell and gas group Gasunie build massive production of hydrogen
ew hydrogen production plant to be jointly built by Shell and the Gasunie gas group in the Netherlands.
The plant, which will use electrolysis to convert energy from renewable sources to hydrogen, will grow in the north of the Netherlands and should produce up to 800,000 tonnes of hydrogen per year by 2040. The country calculates that it could reduce its annual carbon dioxide emissions by 7 million tonnes.
Work on the design of the entire construction should start later this year and both companies also plan to look for other energy partners who would like to participate in the project. Power supply of the plant should be provided by offshore wind park, which will have installed power up to 10 GW.
For the first time in the Czech Republic, drivers of compressed natural gas (CNG) cars have the opportunity to try driving on BioCNG.
The amendments concern three areas – the amount of the landfill fee, the so-called sorting discounts and the calorific value parameter.