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Volt H2 Projects

Volt H2 is strategically situated to develop multiple projects in Western Europe.

NETHERLANDS

VLISSINGEN

25MW - 100 MW facility under development.

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Terneuzen Hydrogen Infrastructure
NETHERLANDS

TERNEUZEN

25 MW Electrolyser development in Terneuzen

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Volt H2 Vlissingen Milestones

June 2020

Site Secured

April 2021
PreDesign Ready
April 2021
Permit Submitted
Dec 2021
FID

Scalable Electrolyzer Operational in 2023

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Vlissingen Project Overview

VoltH2 Vlissingen is our launching project, and its focus is on the construction of a 25 MW green hydrogen plant in the Vlissingen Port area, in the province of Zeeland.

Overview

Initial planning and pre-development work having been concluded, Volth2 submitted the permit application to Vlissingen Municipality and Zeeland Province end of April.

This hydrogen plant will produce H2 using electrolysis and will include storage, loading and distribution facilities for evacuating the H2.

Initially the plant will produce up to 3,600 tonnes of green hydrogen annually, it is however capable of producing over double that quantity. Further more, the concept of the hydrogen plant allows for future expansion of up to at least 100 MW, potentially increasing H2 production to around 30.000 tonnes annually.

Site Features

The project site is strategically located on an industrial plot of 30.000m2 in the Vlissingen Oost industrial park. The site is accessible by road, rail and waterway to support the supply and distribution of green hydrogen to consumers in the region, as well as to neighbouring industrial companies  who are already planning on using green hydrogen to decarbonise their operations. 

The Vlissingen hydrogen plant also is located next to the Sloecentrale electricity generating plant creating potential synergies.

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Volt H2 Terneuzen Milestones

March 2021

Site Secured

April 2021
PreDesign Ready
May 2021
Permit Submitted
Dec 2021
FID

Western Europe Electrolyzer will be operational in 2023.

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Terneuzen Project Overview

The project site is strategically located on an industrial plot of 30.000m2 in the Axelse Vlakte industrial park in Westdorpe, Terneuzen.

Overview

VoltH2 is progressing a 25 MW green hydrogen plant construction project in the Terneuzen Port area.  With the initial planning and pre-development work concluded, Volth2 has already submitted the permit application to Terneuzen Municipality and Zeeland Province.

The hydrogen plant will produce H2 through electrolysis and will include storage, loading and distribution facilities for evacuating the H2.

In an initial phase the plant will produce up to 3,600 tonnes of green hydrogen annually, but it is capable of producing over double that quantity. The concept of the green hydrogen plant will allow for future expansion of up to at least 100 MW, with potential production yields of around 30.000 tonnes annually.

Site Features

The site is easibly accessible by road, rail and waterway to support the supply and distribution of green hydrogen to consumers in the region, as well as to neighbouring industrial companies already planning on using green hydrogen to decarbonise their operations. 

Also, multiple advanced biofuels production projects are planned in the same industrial park, creating potential synergies and additional offtake opportunities within what would be one of the first advanced fuels production clusters in The Netherlands.  Also there is large potential for heat offtake by nearby agricultural offtakers.

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