Vattenfall gas plant considered for hydrogen and CCS conversion

Michael Holder
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Vattenfall's gas power plant earmarked for conversion in the Netherlands (photo: Koos Boertjens / Vattenfall)
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Vattenfall's gas power plant earmarked for conversion in the Netherlands (photo: Koos Boertjens / Vattenfall)

Statoil, Vattenfall, and Gasunie to look at converting Dutch facility into hydrogen-powered plant, and explore combining H2 production with carbon capture and storage capabilities

Statoil, Vattenfall, and Gasunie are together considering the viability of converting a Dutch gas-fired power plant to run on low-emission hydrogen. The companies are also said to be exploring whether...

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