BP plots major renewable hydrogen plant on Teesside

Cecilia Keating
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Site of the HyGreen Teesside project in Hartlepool | Stock: BP
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Site of the HyGreen Teesside project in Hartlepool | Stock: BP

Facility will be built in stages and start producing 'green' hydrogen by 2025, under plans unveiled today

BP has announced it plans to build a major renewables-powered green hydrogen facility in Teesside capable of delivering up to 500MW of hydrogen production by 2030. The energy giant said the green hydrogen...

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