Today the 1st Horizon Europe project starts at IWEN.
After the Grand Agreement with the EU was successfully concluded, the five-year project will start from 01.06.2023. The aim of the BalticSeaH2 project is to create a large-scale cross-border hydrogen valley around the Baltic Sea. The main valley is located between southern Finland and Estonia, with the foothills extending to Rostock in Germany.
BalticSeaH2 will create the first significant cross-border hydrogen valley in Europe. The task is to create an integrated hydrogen economy in the Baltic Sea region to enable energy self-sufficiency and minimize carbon emissions from various industries. The project involves 40 partners from nine countries in the Baltic Sea region.