Green H2 plans for England’s north-east


Green hydrogen pioneer Lhyfe has unveiled plans for its first UK plant to support companies in the drive to decarbonise their manufacturing and transport operations

Supported by Shepherd Offshore, the proposed plant in Wallsend, North Tyneside, will have an initial capacity of 20 MW, capable of producing up to eight tonnes of green hydrogen per day.

The announcement comes 18 months after Lhyfe launched its UK subsidiary, headquartered in Newcastle. 

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