Inn2Power publishes status report on green hydrogen
Recently, the Interreg project Inn2POWER delivered the report 'Green Hydrogen State of the Nations Summary'. The report provides an overview of the current green hydrogen landscape in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the UK and is available for consultation online. One of Inn2POWER's aims is to improve access to the offshore wind industry and green hydrogen for SMEs.
Green hydrogen and offshore wind energy are a promising match. The Interreg Inn2POWER project tries to give this match a push by supporting SMEs in their further growth in offshore wind and green hydrogen.
The 'Green Hydrogen State of the Nations Summary Report' was developed as part of this project. It provides the latest state of affairs regarding green hydrogen policy, projects, infrastructure and ecosystem developments in the four partner countries.
WaterstofNet collaborated on this report with 8 partners. In addition to WaterstofNet, the following organizations are involved in the project: POM West-Vlaanderen, Port Oostende and De Blauwe Cluster (België); Stichting NNOW (The Netherlands); WAB - Wind Agentur Bremerhaven (Duitsland); and Kent County Council, Opergy en Hydrogen East (United Kingdom).
The aim of the Inn2POWER project is to expand the capacity for innovation and to improve access to the offshore wind industry and green hydrogen for SMEs by connecting offshore wind and green hydrogen businesses in the North Sea Region. To achieve this, a couple of interesting tools are being developed, such as the ‘Green Hydrogen State of the Nations Summary Report’.
Other tools being developed are a company directory (an interactive mapping/address book for the offshore wind and green hydrogen industry) and a user-friendly web-based marketplace allowing companies to browse a full directory of international test facilities for the offshore wind and green hydrogen industry.
You can read the report via the following link.