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h-vision-blue-hydrogen-for-a-green-future

H-vision: blue hydrogen for a green future

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The Netherlands has set clear targets in line with the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement: a 50% reduction of CO2 emissions by 2030 and a CO2-neutral energy supply by 2050.

To accelerate the energy transition, 16 partners, predominantly from the port of Rotterdam industrial area, are collaborating in a detailed study to explore the large-scale production and application of blue hydrogen.

Blue hydrogen is obtained from natural gas or industrial residual gases by splitting them into hydrogen and carbon dioxide (CO2).The captured CO2 will be safely stored in empty gas fields in the North Sea or reused as chemical building blocks.

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