ZEG Power and Coast Center Base (CCB) have entered into a project partnership to deploy ZEG Power’s blue hydrogen production technology at the CCB Kollsnes Energy Park, located next to the Northern Lights onshore CO2-terminal, the project will go on to sequester CO2 from the ZEG Power technology. The first of kind plant that will demonstrate cost efficient production of hydrogen, for use in the maritime mobility sector. The project is targeting start-up of blue hydrogen production as soon as 2022.
Enova, the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment owned body, will support the demonstration project with NOK 77m of grant capital. This project falls under the umbrella of Enova’s mission to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, develop energy and climate technology and strengthen security of supply.
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