Update on Engie and Equinor feasibility H2BE hydrogen project in Ghent, Belgium
The feasibility study of the 1 GW H2BE hydrogen project, which assessed the technical and economic suitability of a potential location at Engie’s site at Rodenhuize in Ghent (Belgium), has been completed.
ENGIE and Equinor have decided to sign a joint development agreement (JDA), progress H2BE to the next development phase and further mature towards concept selection in 2023.
Last year, more than 20 potential hydrogen off-takers expressed interest in H2BE, which has also received letters of support from investment funds and authorities in Belgium.
Cepsa to build a new second-generation biofuels plant with an investment of up to 1 billion euros in Palos de la Frontera, Spain
The plant will produce sustainable fuels for aviation, maritime and land transport, enabling CO2 emissions to be reduced by up to 90%. The project reinforces the implementation of its new strategy,...
BASF to invest in its aroma ingredients business by expanding its global production footprint with new plants in China and Ludwigshafen, Germany
New menthol and linalool plants in Ludwigshafen, Germany. Strong commitment to sustainability transformation
To Accelerate European Green Energy Adoption, Uniper Selected Plug to Design the 100MW Electrolyzer Package for the Rotterdam Maasvlakte Plant in The Netherlands
The H2Maasvlakte project will help achieve Uniper's decarbonisation targets to produce green hydrogen by 2026, rapidly expanding that capacity to 500 MW by 2030 at the latest.
VoltH2 receives SDE++ operating subsidy for green hydrogen plants in Terneuzen and Vlissingen The Netherlands
These green hydrogen plants have had environmental permits since Q2 2022 and the projects are now one step closer to realisation thanks to the SDE++ support. After the final investment decision, co...