Essar launches $3.6bn hydrogen and ammonia-focused Energy Transition venture

James Murray
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A hydrogen furnace arrives at Essar's site in Stanlow / Credit: Essar Group
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A hydrogen furnace arrives at Essar's site in Stanlow / Credit: Essar Group

Carbon intensive conglomerate announces creation of Essar Energy Transition and unveils plans to invest $2.4bn in UK low carbon infrastructure projects

Indian industrial conglomerate Essar Group has today become the latest carbon intensive firm to ramp up its clean tech investment plans, announcing the formation of a dedicated unit to deliver new hydrogen,...

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