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The European Commission has assessed and endorsed the Netherlands' recovery and resilience plan worth EUR 4.7 billion, a big chunk of which will go toward clean energy and decarbonisation, including projects related to offshore wind, green hydrogen'

EUR 694 million will go toward facilitating the connection of offshore wind farms to the grid on land to reach the country’s goal of having up to 21 GW in 2030, and toward supporting shipping safety and protecting the North Sea ecosystem around offshore wind farms.

The plan also supports research in green hydrogen and sustainable fuels for aviation, as well as reforms in permitting procedures for renewables and adjustments to the industrial CO2 and aviation taxation schemes.

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Mark Silverstone on Sep 12, 2022

One possible result of the present dire situation may be that the the Dutch government caves in to Shell and Exxon to restart land based gas production from the Groningen field, though it is not presently in the cards.  The suggested solution for the resulting earthquake activity is simply to move the victims away.  That´s not an easy trick for a small country like The Netherlands. But, pressure will only increase to continue and/or even increase production from the giant gas field, and damn the consequences.

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