Nippon Gases and partners commit to 2.5MW green hydrogen project in Belgium


Industrial gas major Nippon Gases will team up with earthmoving specialist Terranova and onshore wind and hydro power company Luminus to establish an ‘innovative’ green hydrogen project in Zelzate, Belgium.

Having recently joined forces to form a new company called Terranova Hydrogen (Terranova), Nippon Gases Belgium and partners aim to work together to build and operate a green hydrogen production unit at Zonneberg in Zelzate.

Initially collaborating on the construction and operation of a 2.5 megawatt (MW) electrolysis unit to produce green hydrogen, including storage and a compression and filling station, the partners revealed plans to expand the plant to 5MW, with production slated for 2025.

To be produced at Terranova’s sites in the North Sea Port at Zolzate, the green hydrogen is encompassed within the scope of the rollout of the Flemish Hydrogen Vision – a scheme announced in 2020 that aims to make the region of Flanders a European leader in hydrogen technology.

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