After Hydrogen Chemistry Company (HyCC) has contracted KraftanlagenEnergies and Services and Nel for green hydrogen project H2eron, what are the core details for the project?
Placing an order for the supply of 40MW of alkaline electrolyser equipment from Nel for around €12m, HyCC recently selected KraftenlagenEnergies for the FEED aspects of the project.
Situated at the Delfzijl plant in the Netherlands, hydrogen is expected to be ready for implementation in early 2026, to be used in the production of SAF.
After reviewing the environmental permit for H2eron, continued hard work is going into securing a final investment decision by 2024 and committing to building the hydrogen economy across Europe.
Working with sector collaboration in mind, the plant will be operated by HyCC, using Nel’s alkaline electrolysers to produce green hydrogen from renewable power and water.
The use of hydrogen produced will be used entirely to further produce SAF, made from industrial by-products such as cooking oils. If maximum forms of hydrogen were to be produced, the use of SAF could result in 85% lower carbon emissions compared to traditional fuels across its lifecycle.