Energy company INEOS is pushing ahead with its net zero ambitions by constructing a low-carbon hydrogen manufacturing plant to help decarbonise its businesses at the company’s Grangemouth site.
Having already committed over £500m on active projects across the site, the company aims to reduce emissions by more than 60% by 2030.
As part of its Road Map to Net Zero, INEOS is inviting major engineering design contracts to tender for the next stage of the design of its ‘world scale’ carbon capture enabled hydrogen production plant.
Its projects include investment in a New Energy Plant, due to begin operation in 2023 before being converted to run on hydrogen, which could drive down emissions by at least 150,000 tonnes of CO2 per annum.
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