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Oil major BP, German utility RWE, chemicals producer Evonik and gas grid operators have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the construction of Germany’s first network connecting producers of green hydrogen with industrial customers.

The 130-kilometre grid (dubbed 'GET H2 Nukleus') from Lingen in Lower Saxony state to chemical and refinery clients in Lingen itself, and in Gelsenkirchen, North-Rhine-Westphalia state, is planned to transport first green hydrogen at the end of 2022.

Green hydrogen is produced via a process of electrolysis, using electricity from renewable energy sources.

 

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