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Octopus, Innova and Novus to produce green hydrogen in UK

Electrolysers of 2-20MW in scale will be connected to 4GW of solar around the UK

Energy firms Octopus Hydrogen, Innova Renewables and Novus have formed a partnership to build facilities to produce up to 800t/yr of green hydrogen around the UK. Electrolysers ranging in size between 2MW and 20MW will be connected to 4GW of solar, wind and battery projects operated by Innova. Octopus will design, build and operate the facilities and directly purchase energy from the generation sites via long-term power-purchase agreements. The partners have already secured offtake agreements with end-users in the transport sector, according to Octopus. 800t/yr – Potential green hydrogen production “Feasibility has already been completed, so now we are focusing on planning an



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