Octopus Hydrogen partners with Innova Renewables to combine hydrogen and renewables sites

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Octopus Hydrogen plans to build electrolysers at renewable energy sites to generate hydrogen | Credit:Octopus Energy
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Octopus Hydrogen plans to build electrolysers at renewable energy sites to generate hydrogen | Credit:Octopus Energy

Octopus will build electrolysers at Innova's solar energy generation sites to produce hydrogen

Octopus Hydrogen has announced a new partnership with renewable energy company Innova and green energy consultancy Novus to build green hydrogen production facilities at a number of renewable energy sites...

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