Green hydrogen on Teesside explored

Green hydrogen on Teesside map

Source: Kellas Midstream/RWE

A new partnership will see the potential for green hydrogen production on Teesside explored

Energy infrastructure company, Kellas Midstream, and RWE are teaming up to explore the potential for large-scale green hydrogen production on Teesside on England’s north-east coast.

The memorandum of understanding will see the creation of a production site close to emerging hydrogen infrastructure and will help the region achieve its ambition to become one of the world’s first decarbonised industrial clusters through the production, use and export of green hydrogen.

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