In the Netherlands, Platts reports that the EU Horizon 2020-funded MULTIPLHY Project under development at Neste’s Rotterdam refinery will go ahead with CEA, Neste, Paul Wurth, Engie and Sunfire as partners. Partners will build a 2.6 MW high temperature electrolyser at the facility to produce green hydrogen that will in turn be used to produce biofuels. Neste recently announced EUR5 million in investment in Sunfire. The project has received EUR9.6 million in EU research grant funding.
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