Electrification of the Chemical Industry

10-12-2017

VoltaChem participant in Covenant Green Hydrogen Economy South Holland.

On Friday december 8th, VoltaChem’s co-founders TNO and ECN have signed a covenant on green hydrogen economy in South Holland as program participant. The regional program ‘Green Hydrogen Economy’ aims to further shape the green hydrogen economy in the province of South-Holland in general and on the island of Goeree-Overflakkee specifically. The covenant focuses on supporting collaboration in projects leading to synergies in quality, scale and cost-effectiveness.

By participating in the covenant, VoltaChem will be able to link national and international activities to regional development. Tools and technologies that have been developed in our program can be showcased in the covenant projects and further development of a VoltaChem fieldlab in the region of South Holland will be facilitated. “Especially, developments of the VoltaChem community on power-2-hydrogen, -methanol and -ammonia will be candidates for further development in such a regional cluster”, comments Martijn de Graaff, business development manager at VoltaChem. “By implementing Power-2-X pilots on a smaller scale in such regional clusters, we can learn from technology implementation and steps can be made towards large scale implementation in industry. We look forward to working together with the partners to accelerate implementation of electrification technologies!

We welcome all companies that are interested in participating in regional piloting activities on industrial electrification. We are more than happy to discuss opportunities for collaborative development.

More information about the Covenant Green Hydrogen Economy South Holland: the Energy Island Goeree-Overflakkee (H2G-O) as testing ground you can find here

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