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Lhyfe has announced plans to produce green hydrogen in its Lubmin plant, to be built in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The new project site will offer access to existing and future electricity production capacities from offshore wind farms.
 
The plant will be built on the site of a decommissioned nuclear power plant. The project is currently in the development phase and is scheduled to go into operation by 2029 with an electrolysis capacity of 800 MW and a production capacity of up to 330 tonnes of green hydrogen per day. This plant will feed into the German core hydrogen pipeline network. The German government announced two weeks ago an estimated investment of 20 billion euros in the hydrogen network by 2032. This investment will support the construction of a 9,700-kilometre-long pipeline network to transport hydrogen across the country and to Germany’s neighbours.
 
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