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Engie invests in green gas in the Netherlands

Engie takes over two green gas installations in Hardenberg and Alkmaar. The installations have an annual production capacity equivalent to 90 GWh and 47 GWh respectively. These are the first production installations for green gas for Engie in the Netherlands.

Engie wants to produce 200 million cubic meters of green gas in the Netherlands by 2030. With this acquisition, the company is making important steps in that direction. Engie also anticipates upcoming legislation and regulations. A blending obligation will come into effect in 2026, which should ensure that approximately 1.1 billion m3 of green gas is blended into the Dutch natural gas network by 2030.

Engie indicates that it will continue to invest heavily to scale up the production of green gas both in the Netherlands and in Europe. The company sees that there are sufficient biological residual flows available. In France, Engie is already the market leader in the production of green gas, with a production capacity of 0.7 TWh. With the acquisitions in the Netherlands and two recent acquisitions in the United Kingdom, the total production capacity of green gas in Europe amounts to 1.1 TWh. Engie wants to scale this up to 10 TWh by 2030.

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