GroenLeven and Alliander collaborate on green hydrogen project


GroenLeven, a Dutch subsidiary of BayWa r.e., has signed a contract with Alliander for a green hydrogen project named Sinnewetterstof.

The Sinnewetterstof will source the electricity from the adjacent solar park and convert it into green hydrogen as a storable form of energy by electrolysis of water.

The project is an important step for the future, as the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) reported green hydrogen could contribute to reducing global CO2 emissions by at least 70% by 2050.

The installation is expected to be commissioned by mid-2021.

Anela Dokso

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