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Uniper and Port of Rotterdam plan green H2 plant

German utility Uniper and the Port of Rotterdam are assessing the construction of a 100MW green hydrogen production plant at the utility’s Maasvlakte site in Rotterdam, the companies announced today. The companies are targeting a 2025 startup date and want to ultimately expand the plant’s capacity to 500MW. The plant is expected to be powered by electricity from offshore windfarms that have power-exporting cables connected to the Maasvlakte area. The heavily industrialised region is also home to many potential hydrogen customers, and plans are afoot to convert existing gas pipelines to transport hydrogen to customers in Germany and elsewhere. “Our location at Maasvlakte is the perfect pl

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