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‘Greenports' looks at large-scale hydrogen production in ports

  • Posted on: 24 January 2019
  • By: Liesbet Van der...

Industrial players (Engie, Colruyt/Eoly, Hydrogenics, Port Zeebruges, Fluxys and Elia), Ghent University (Department Electrical Energy, Metals, Mechanical Constructions & Systems and Department of Economics) and WaterstofNet is backing the ‘Greenports’ study project. On Monday the 21st of January the study’s kick-off meeting took place in Brussels. With the port of Zeebruges as a case study, the group will now consider future possibilities for a large-scale conversion of wind energy to hydrogen in harbour areas.

Power-to-Gas cluster strengthened with 6 new members

  • Posted on: 6 September 2018
  • By: Liesbet Van der...

After an inspiring Power-to-Gas Conference in May and a productive strategic workshop in June, we are ready to start our third working year with new enthusiasm. The new partners will help us taking a next step in realizing projects on power-to-gas, roll out hydrogen technology in our region and enable our companies to play a prominent role in the energy transition.

During the past eight months, we have welcomed 6 new partners in the Power-to-Gas cluster:

·         Elugie: supplier of fuel cell micro CHP units

Positive reception of inspiring Power-to-Gas conference

  • Posted on: 15 May 2018
  • By: Liesbet Van der...

The Power-to-Gas conference held at Horta, Antwerp on Monday the 7th of May was received positively. There was a high turnout with more than 200 attendees, of which 75% came from industry. The public gathered lots of new insights on the latest technology and international experiences with regard to the main theme of the conference: ‘from renewables to hydrogen’.

Industrial commitment in Flemish power-to-gas projects

  • Posted on: 26 April 2018
  • By: Liesbet Van der...

Eoly (Colruyt Group Energy), Fluxys, and a third partner Parkwind, have announced to join forces to explore an industrial-scale power-to-gas installation. The power-to-gas installation will convert green electricity into green hydrogen that can be transported and stored in the existing natural gas infrastructure.

Unlike demonstration projects elsewhere in Europe, Eoly, Parkwind and Fluxys envisage to realise one of the first industrial-scale power-to-gas facilities in Belgium of around 25 MW. 

Power-to-Gas Conference, May 7th: new speakers announced and final programme

  • Posted on: 22 March 2018
  • By: Liesbet Van der...

Join the Power-to-Gas Industry Cluster Flanders’ international conference to be held on Monday the 7th of May in Horta Antwerp. The newly confirmed speakers are Colruyt Group, Engie and Cefic and finalise the interesting programme. During the conference the latest technology and international experiences with regard to power-to-gas will be presented, focussing on different aspects such as hydrogen production, storage, transport, legislation and the role in the future energy system. For the final programme please click below.

Power-to-Gas Conference: registration open

  • Posted on: 13 March 2018
  • By: Liesbet Van der...

'From Renewables to Hydrogen: Results and Outlook’
 

On Monday the 7th of May the Power-to-Gas Industry Cluster Flanders organises an international Power-to-Gas conference to be held in Horta Antwerp. During the conference the latest technology and international experiences with regard to power-to-gas will be presented, focussing on different aspects such as hydrogen production, storage, transport, legislation and the role in the future energy system.

Save the date! Power-to-Gas Conference, May 7th 2018, Horta Antwerp

  • Posted on: 2 March 2018
  • By: Liesbet Van der...

On Monday the 7th of May the Power-to-Gas Industry Cluster Flanders organises an international Power-to-Gas conference to be held in Horta Antwerp. During the conference the latest technology and international experiences with regard to power-to-gas will be presented, focussing on different aspects such as hydrogen production, storage, transport, legislation and the role in the future energy system.

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