North Sea Port to build a green hydrogen plant
Dutch green hydrogen infrastructure company VoltH2 has signed an agreement with North Sea Port for an industrial parcel in Vlissingen, where it plans to build a green hydrogen plant with storage, refueling and distribution facilities.
VoltH2 says the plant will produce up to 3,600 tons of green hydrogen annually, and local filling stations can deliver that will contribute to increased port sustainability. For the supply and distribution of green hydrogen the site is accessible by road , rail and waterway.
Plans include possibly building a pipeline to a tanker transfer point.
“With the signing of this agreement with North Sea Port for our first site in Vlissingen, we are giving the starting signal for the expansion of VoltH2. We thank North Sea Port for their cooperation and support in the preparatory phase so that we can take this first step in the development of a green hydrogen hub in Vlissingen," Andre Jurres, founder and CEO of VoltH2.
Maritime Business World