- Get to know the insights of the HEAVENN project
- Find out what the the current outlook for the project is
- Learn the importance of this project for the upscaling of hydrogen
The concept is based on the deployment and integration of existing and planned project clusters across six locations in the Northern Netherlands, namely Eemshaven, Delfzijl, Zuidwending, Emmen, Hoogeveen and Groningen. HEAVENN aims to maximise the integration of abundant renewable energy sources available in the region, both onshore (wind and solar) and offshore wind, using H2 as: a storage medium to manage intermittent and constrained renewable inputs in the electricity grid; and an energy vector for further integration of renewable inputs and decarbonisation across other energy sectors beyond electricity, namely industry, heat and transportation.
This activity is part of the course Energy Academy Certificate, the course Energy Transition Challenged and the mini course Northern Energy Region.