The project consists of an approximately 67 MW electrolysis unit at ENGIE Rodenhuize's site in the port of Ghent.

The electrolysis unit will use renewable energy to split water into green hydrogen and oxygen. The oxygen can be used locally in the steel industry. The green hydrogen can be combined by an industrial partner with the captured CO2 to produce e-methanol, or injected into Fluxys' H2 backbone for use with industrial customers.

North-C-Hydrogen could thus produce up to 10 000 tonnes of green hydrogen a year.  

Key data


  • On the site of the ENGIE power plant at Rodenhuize 

  • Electrolysis: 67 MW 
  • Up to 10 000 tonnes/year of green hydrogen production  


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