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Shell and Uniper to collaborate on hydrogen

Firms will work together to connect sources of supply with areas of demand

Shell and German utility Uniper have signed a memorandum of understanding to find joint opportunities to couple hydrogen supply with demand opportunities. The firms will begin by looking to accelerate existing projects in Germany and the Netherlands. Shell recently started operating a 10MW proton-exchange membrane electrolyser able to produce 1,300t/yr of green hydrogen at its Rhineland refinery in Germany, and hopes to expand to 100MW. It is also developing a 200MW green hydrogen plant in Rotterdam, which is intended to start operations by 2023, although FID has yet to be taken. “Collaborations like this one are necessary to accelerate the transition to hydrogen” Bogers, Shell

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