RWE eyes-up CCUS and hydrogen retrofit at Pembroke gas power plant

Michael Holder
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Pembroke Power Station | Credit: David Medcalf / CC

Pembroke Power Station | Credit: David Medcalf / CC

German energy giant inks deal with carbon capture specialist Fluor to explore means of decarbonising 2.2GW gas plant

RWE has inked a deal with carbon capture specialist Fluor to explore the potential of transforming its 2.2GW gas-fired power station in Southwest Wales into a power generation, CCUS, and hydrogen production...

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