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BP announces Teesside green hydrogen project

Firm hopes to develop the region as the UK’s first major hydrogen transport hub

BP has announced a new green hydrogen plant in Teesside in northeast England that it hopes will help develop the region as the UK’s first major hydrogen transport hub. The Hygreen Teesside project will be developed in stages, with FID in 2023 being followed by first-phase construction of a 60MW electrolyser that will be ramped up to 500MW by 2030. The firm is already the lead developer on a 1GW blue hydrogen facility in the region called H2Teesside. “Together, Hygreen and H2Teesside can help transform Teesside into the UK’s green heart, strengthening its people, communities and businesses,” says Louise Jacobsen Plutt, senior vice-president for hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and



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