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Dutch hydrogen exchange plan gaining momentum

Energy companies meet to refine scope of project and next steps including trading simulations

Plans to establish a hydrogen exchange in the Netherlands are gathering pace, with a group of about 40 companies and organisations scheduled to meet next week to discuss progress and the ongoing definition of the project, as well as possible next steps including trading simulations. The group includes oil and gas companies, energy utilities and financial institutions.  “We need a market, that is for sure,” project leader Bert den Ouden tells Hydrogen Economist. The full exchange could launch in around 2027, according to current timelines, although some trading at individual ports could start before then. The initiative, backed by four Dutch ports and gas infrastructure company Gasunie, see



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