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Biobased Chemicals

European green hydrogen project gets funded

by Michael McCoy
January 24, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 4

 

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Credit: Nouryon
McPhy electrolyzers used to produce hydrogen

A consortium led by the Dutch chemical maker Nouryon will receive a European grant of about $12 million for a green hydrogen project in Delfzijl, the Netherlands. The group wants to use McPhy’s alkaline water electrolysis technology to turn renewable electricity into 3,000 metric tons of H2 per year. Another firm, BioMCN, will combine the H2 with carbon dioxide to produce renewable methanol. The consortium will make a final decision on the plant later this year.

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