RWE, a global offshore wind leader, and Hyundai Engineering & Construction (Hyundai E&C), a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Group, have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
RWE is advancing its green hydrogen ambitions with a €4.7 million funding commitment from the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW).
GET H2 TransHyDE joint project, in Lingen, has achieved a significant breakthrough. For the first time, hydrogen has been produced at the site of the RWE gas-fired power plant in Emsland (KEM) using a high-temperature solid oxide electrolyser (SOEC) from Sunfire.
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Germany’s pursuit of a green hydrogen future has reached a significant milestone with the approval of the GET H2 Nukleus hydrogen project. The regulatory authority in Oldenburg has granted permission for the construction and operation of two 100-Megawatt (MW) electrolysers at the RWE gas-fired power plant in Lingen, a subsidiary of RWE called “Nukleus Green H2.”
A cornerstone of the clean energy transition, green hydrogen holds the promise of replacing fossil fuels in industries spanning from chemical factories to power plants. However, this ambitious journey is not without its challenges, particularly in terms of cost. The energy giant RWE’s recent stance sheds light on the pivotal role subsidies play in accelerating the adoption of green hydrogen technology.
In a significant move towards Germany’s clean energy transition, RWE has unveiled plans for hydrogen-ready gas power plants. However, the successful realization of these ambitious plans hinges on two critical factors: clarity about the government’s conditions for tendering and the establishment of necessary infrastructure frameworks.
Germany is accelerating its transition to cleaner energy sources, aiming to replace coal-fired power plants and increase renewable capacity. To support the integration of intermittent renewables, German energy giant RWE plans to construct an 800MW hydrogen-ready gas-fired power plant.
As the world grapples with the urgent need for sustainable and low-carbon energy solutions, a groundbreaking consortium comprising Spain’s Tecnicas Reunidas and Italy’s Ansaldo Energia is stepping up to the challenge.
RWE, Mitsui, and the Port of Tilbury have joined forces to develop an innovative hydrogen project at the Port of Tilbury in Essex, UK.