Green hydrogen is far too expensive for the moment
We interviewed Professor Machiel Mulder. Under his leadership, a team from the University of Groningen explored the economic potential of blue and green hydrogen.
Elfstedentocht (Eleven Cities Tour) in February: skating or swimming?
In 1986 we still had an Elfstedentoch (Eleven Cities Tour), how different is it now in 2019 with the hottest February month ever.
Netherlands net importer of natural gas for first time
GasTerra’s turnover up in 2018 to 11.2 billion euros
‘From an old-fashioned government that follows to a government that innovates’
Interview with Nienke Homan, councillor in the province of Groningen
An energetic challenge for the ‘Knights of the Future’
A hundred leading lights met last week in the Hall of Knights to discuss the solutions for CO2 reduction
GasTerra proud to be partner in unique green hydrogen project
Hydrogreenn is underway; 80 new homes running entirely on hydrogen in municipality of Hoogeveen.
Businesses and municipality eager for innovative green gas project on Ameland
First practical test with a flexible method for producing green gas.
How will the climate agreement get through the back door?
At the Energy Podium Debate on 10 December various energy professionals discussed this subject with each other and with Sven Kockelmann.