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Norwegian green hydrogen project moves forward

Gen2 Energy development will look to start producing and shipping green hydrogen from 2024

Green hydrogen producer Gen2 Energy has signed a deal with Vefsn municipality in Norway to buy land for the production and shipping of green hydrogen from 2024. The deal also includes access to quay facilities at the Port of Helgeland. No details have been released on the proposed size of the facility. “We are very pleased to have chosen Mosjoen as the location for large-scale production of green hydrogen. Mosjoen has a good mix of cheap renewable energy, relevant labour from the process industry and good shipping opportunities,” says Jonas Meyer, general manager of Gen2. “Mosjoen has a good mix of cheap renewable energy, relevant labour from the process industry and good shippi

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