Shell and Stork have solidified their collaboration through an agreement for the Holland Hydrogen 1 Project.
The genesis of the project dates back to Shell’s final investment decision last year, marking the commencement of the ambitious Holland Hydrogen 1. Located on the Second Maasvlakte in Rotterdam, this groundbreaking installation is poised to be a game-changer in the realm of green hydrogen production. With a formidable capacity of 200 MW, the facility aims to produce a staggering 60 tons of hydrogen per day.
At the heart of the Holland Hydrogen 1 Project lies advanced electrolysis technology. The electrolyser, a key component of the setup, draws its electricity from the recently completed Hollandse Kust Noord wind farm. This symbiotic relationship between wind power and electrolysis exemplifies a holistic approach to sustainable energy production.
Having broken ground more than a year ago, Shell’s dedicated efforts have propelled the construction of the Holland Hydrogen 1 Project. Anticipated to be operational by 2025, the facility is poised to become a beacon of innovation and efficiency in the domain of green hydrogen production.
The Holland Hydrogen 1 Project’s envisaged impact extends beyond its immediate operational boundaries. By producing substantial amounts of green hydrogen, the facility contributes to reducing carbon footprints and fostering a more sustainable energy ecosystem. The integration of wind power further solidifies the project’s commitment to clean energy generation.