TES launches new capacity booking round at Wilhelmshaven green energy hub
The Wilhelmshaven Green Energy Hub is a pivotal element in TES's commitment to decarbonize Germany and neighboring markets by facilitating the import of both conventional liquefied natural gas and green H2 based electric natural gas.
Partners sign implementation contracts and pave the way for integrated H2 projects
In 2025, an infrastructure from Lingen to Gelsenkirchen with green H2 is expected to significantly reduce CO2 emissions from the industry. The five companies involved, bp, Evonik, Nowega, OGE and RWE, have now signed the implementation contracts as part of the GET H2 Nukleus project.