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Green Hydrogen Infrastructure Takes Shape in California, Holland

Green Hydrogen Infrastructure Takes Shape in California, Holland

Recently announced projects in California and Holland are shaping the future of hydrogen infrastructure investment. Shell Nederland B.V. and Shell Overseas Investments B.V., subsidiaries of Shell plc, have taken the final investment decision to build Holland Hydrogen I, which will be Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen plant once operational in 2025. South Korea-based Hanwha Solutions also recently joined Shell’s efforts to build out hydrogen refueling and decarbonization infrastructure in California by supplying high-pressure hydrogen tanks for transport within its network of stations.
Hanwha Cimarron, Hanwha’s hydrogen tank manufacturing subsidiary in Huntsville, AL, recently finalized a purchase order with Shell to provide its Neptune Type IV high-pressure hydrogen tanks, the company said. The carbon fiber-reinforced, 2,000-liter (528-gallon) vessels can store hydrogen at a pressure of 517 bar, which is the largest pressure level among Type IV tanks.
The new green hydrogen plant in the Netherlands, dubbed Holland Hydrogen I, will be constructed on the Tweede Maasvlakte (Maasvlakte 2) in the Dutch port of Rotterdam. Shell intends to use the electricity generated at its partly owned Hollandse Kust Noord offshore wind project to produce the green hydrogen at Holland Hydrogen I facility. The produced renewable hydrogen will be supplied to the Shell Energy and Chemicals Park in Rotterdam, through the HyTransPort pipeline.
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