Lhyfe to supply future European hydrogen network

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Lhyfe plans to produce up to 330 tonnes of green hydrogen per day at the Lubmin plant, in one the largest facility to be built in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, with a targeted commissioning date by 2029.
This plant will feed into the German core hydrogen pipeline network, which the German government recently unveiled a €20 billion financing plan for.
This investment will support the construction of a 9,700-kilometer-long pipeline network to transport hydrogen across the country and to its neighbours.
Alongside its bulk and onsite strategy, Lhyfe’s backbone strategy consists in positioning some of its green hydrogen production units at locations specifically chosen for their proximity to the future European hydrogen backbone, thus enabling it to address a wide array of customers, delivered through these infrastructures once deployed.
“This location is of strategic importance to us,” said Luc Graré, head of central and Eastern Europe at Lhyfe.
“We are building these plants not only for our short-term needs, but also for future generations.
“The introduction of green hydrogen in Europe is a long-term project, and Lubmin meets all the requirements to establish itself as a sustainable centre for green hydrogen in the long term.
“We look forward to the long-term development of this location, to the development of the region’s core hydrogen infrastructure, and to supporting the longstanding decarbonisation of Europe’s industry and transport.”
The project’s implementation is subject notably to the granting of operating authorisations, construction permits as well as to financial investment decisions.

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