Sunday, October 2 2022 Sign In   |    Register
 

News Quick Search


 

News


Front Page
Power News
Today's News
Yesterday's News
Week of Sep 26
Week of Sep 19
Week of Sep 12
Week of Sep 05
Week of Aug 29
By Topic
By News Partner
Gas News
News Customization
Feedback

 

Pro Plus(+)


Add on products to your professional subscription.
  • Energy Archive News
  •  



    Home > News > Power News > News Article

    Share by Email E-mail Printer Friendly Print

    Iberdrola to build 170 million euro green hydrogen plant in UK


    August 10, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras

     

      MADRID (EUROPA PRESS)-Iberdrola will build in the port of Felixtowe (England) a large green hydrogen plant, with an investment of 170 million euros, reported Tuesday in a statement.

      The company said the location will contribute to the decarbonization of the largest freight port in the United Kingdom. The facility, which will be operational in 2026, will have, in a first phase, the capacity to produce 14,000 tons per year of renewable hydrogen, which could be doubled in the future.

      The plant will supply hydrogen to vehicles and machinery used by the port and will be capable of fueling up to 1,300 green hydrogen trucks. It will also be used to power trains transporting goods to the port with non-polluting fuel.

      It will also have the potential to be used for the production of green ammonia or ethanol, which could provide clean fuels for shipping and create opportunities for export to other international markets.

      The project -- to be developed by ScottishPower, the group's UK subsidiary, in conjunction with Hutchison Ports -- is expected to be located on brownfield land within the port, about the size of a soccer pitch.

      The green hydrogen will be produced through an electrolyzer that splits water into hydrogen and oxygen using renewable electricity. The port of Felixtowe is in the vicinity of the offshore wind farms that Iberdrola is developing in British waters of the North Sea.

      The company has already commissioned the 714 megawatt (MW) East Anglia ONE in this area and plans to build the East Anglia Hub offshore wind macro-complex, which will group together three projects with a total installed capacity of 2,900 MW: East Anglia One North, East Anglia Two and East Anglia Three.

    TOP

    Other Articles - International


    TOP

       Home  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Safe Sender  -  About Energy Central   
    Copyright © 1996-2022 by CyberTech, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Energy Central® and Energy Central Professional® are registered trademarks of CyberTech, Incorporated. Data and information is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended for trading purposes. CyberTech does not warrant that the information or services of Energy Central will meet any specific requirements; nor will it be error free or uninterrupted; nor shall CyberTech be liable for any indirect, incidental or consequential damages (including lost data, information or profits) sustained or incurred in connection with the use of, operation of, or inability to use Energy Central. Other terms of use may apply. Membership information is confidential and subject to our privacy agreement.