Lhyfe to launch its first UK green hydrogen plant


European clean energy company Lhyfe has announced plans for what will be the company’s first UK green hydrogen plant – a project that aims to support Net Zero ambitions by cutting thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).

To be built in the North East of England, the Tyneside-based facility will produce eight tonnes of green hydrogen per day with an initial capacity of 20 megawatts (MW) on the site of the Neptune Bank Power Station in Wallsend.

According to Lhyfe, this is enough to fuel a hydrogen-powered truck to travel around 100,000km without emitting any CO2.

Commenting on the project, Taia Kronborg, Chief Business Officer at Lhyfe, said, “The development of green hydrogen projects is critical if major energy users are to decarbonise their operations.”

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