Orsted plans to develop a 1 GW electrolyzer supplying industrial demand for renewable hydrogen in the Netherlands and Belgium by 2030, the Danish energy company said March 31. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now If realized, the SeaH2Land project could convert about 20% of the region’s current hydrogen consumption of 580,000 tonnes/yr to renewable hydrogen by the end of the decade. “The major industrial companies in the region ArcelorMittal, Yara, Dow Benelux, and Zeeland Refinery, support the development of the required regional infrastructure to enable sustainably-produced steel, ammonia, ethylene, and fuels in the future, helping the Netherlands and Belgium to accelerate their carbon reductions towards 2030 and beyond,” Orsted said. The North Sea Port cluster […]