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Offshore energy-islands integrated into European Hydrogen Backbone

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Offshore energy-islands have been integrated into the latest iteration of the European Hydrogen Backbone, the points in the north sea likely correspond to these. Indeed,  guidance notes state' Planned projects include for example Aquaventus, the North Sea Wind Power Hub, the Norwegian energy hub or Danish offshore energy islands, other terminal locations are under investigation such as Stade and Rostock. 17 Based on announced and planned projects, such as the H2ercules project, some updates to the network in 2030 in this corridor are expected.'




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