Lhyfe to support Europe’s ‘hydrogen backbone’ with 800MW project


European green hydrogen producer Lhyfe is set to establish one of the largest plants in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, with plans to produce 330 tonnes of green hydrogen daily at its Lubmin facility.

In response to the German government’s commitment to investing €20 billion ($21.7bn) by 2032 in the hydrogen network, Lhyfe aims to contribute to reducing greenhouse emissions and decreasing reliance on imported fossil fuels. 

This investment will fund a 9,700 km long pipeline network to transport hydrogen within Germany and to neighbouring countries.

Situated in close proximity to the German hydrogen backbone, the project site leverages existing and future electricity production capacities from offshore wind farms. 

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