Octopus Energy and Baywa move forward with UK green hydrogen tie-up

Cecilia Keating
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Green hydrogen is produced using renewable energy | Credit: iStock
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Green hydrogen is produced using renewable energy | Credit: iStock

Deal will see firms work together to install electrolysers at renewable energy sites across the country in order to ramp up supplies of the zero emission fuel

The hydrogen arm of Octopus Energy Group and German energy giant Baywa re have inked a deal to build a pipeline of green hydrogen production facilities at solar and wind farms across the UK. The strategic...

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