On June 26th, His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands opened the sustainable hydrogen plant in Veendam, in the province of Groningen. Together with Groningen Seaports, SoluForce attended this event, impressing the King with its Flexible Composite Pipe solution.
The HyStock hydrogen facility is the first electrolyzer for so called "green" hydrogen in the Netherlands. It will use solar energy to convert water into hydrogen. The hydrogen will be used as energy carrier, with the major benefit that it can be easily stored for future use.
Together with Groningen Seaports, SoluForce attended this event with its Flexible Composite Pipe (FCP, also known as RTP) solution. With this piping system, SoluForce responds to an important future role in the total value chain for hydrogen distribution and transportation.
King Willem-Alexander was impressed by the Dutch design and product system and signed a SoluForce pipe sample to mark the occasion.
Later this year, SoluForce and Groningen Seaports will realize the hydrogen backbone in Eemshaven. Click >>here<< for more information on the project.
Contact SoluForce for more information about hydrogen solutions and applications.
Click >>here<< for The Northern Times news article about this event.
SoluForce is a leader in research, development, production, delivery and installation of flexible composite pipe systems, with a strong focus on quality, safety and reliability. SoluForce is a PipeLife brand created in 1999. SoluForce flexible composite pipes have built a proven track record in the oil and gas sector, with over 3.500km installed in all parts of the world since the year 2000. It has several advantages over traditional metal pipes, such as their flexibility, durability, and significantly reduced capital and operational expenditures. The SoluForce system and production is certified according to international standards such as API and ISO.