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    Finland: Sweco to carry out basic engineering of Helen's first hydrogen plant

    December 1, 2022 - M-Brain Nordic News


      Finnish energy company Helen has selected Swedish engineering consultancy Sweco to carry out the basic engineering of the 3H2 - Helsinki Hydrogen Hub planned for Helsinki's Vuosaari district in Finland. With the hydrogen production pilot project, Helen aims to create the capabilities for large-scale Power-to-X production. The 3H2 project aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in transport and district heat production by up to 70,000 tons over the plant's 20-year lifecycle. A hydrogen refuelling station is also planned on the same site to serve heavy-duty transport after the start of hydrogen production and distribution in 2024. Hydrogen can also be supplied in containers for industrial needs.


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