News Digest Item
19 Jan 2018

Shell to build world’s largest hydrogen electrolysis plant in Germany

Shell / ITM Power

British–Dutch multinational oil and gas company Shell and ITM Power will build the world’s largest hydrogen electrolysis plant at Shell's Rhineland refinery in Germany, the companies announced in a press release. With a peak capacity of 10 megawatts, the hydrogen will be used for the processing and upgrading of products at the refinery’s Wesseling site as well as testing the technology and exploring applications in other sectors, they write. The plant, named “Refhyne”, is scheduled to be in operation in 2020.

Find the press release in English here.

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