World’s first commercial green H2 project powered by surplus renewables unveiled. Hyport Oostende in Belgium, to be powered solely by excess offshore wind, is also set to become the first project to use green hydrogen as energy storage. The world’s first commercial-scale green-hydrogen plant to be powered solely by surplus offshore wind energy has been announced by a trio of Belgian companies. Offshore engineer DEME, Flanders-focused financier PMV and the Port of Ostend plan to build a 50MW demonstration project at the port — set to be the world’s largest electrolyser plant — before completing an even bigger, commercial-scale unit in 2025.
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