Saltend Chemicals Park in Humberside is set to host a decarbonising energy plant to produce clean gas for industrial use is set for deployment.
As it stands, the site would be the UK’s largest green hydrogen production facility - with an initial capacity of 100 megawatts - and would create around 1,380 jobs.
Infrastructure operator px Group has created a new business line which will support clients in optimising and decarbonising energy assets.
Industrial sites and chemicals plants are rarely portrayed as the new clean industries of the future, but many are now at the sharp end of the energy transition.
Future Biogas has selected Saltend Chemicals Park on the Humber Estuary as the site of up to 32 new CO2 storage tanks, as part of an investment worth tens of millions of pounds.
Equinor enters UK hydrogen project into cluster contest, signs deals with Ineos, Centrica and others
Equinor has formally entered its flagship hydrogen project into the second phase of a key UK Government funding competition.
Industrial facilities operator px Group has agreed to join forces with Cerulean Winds for the development of three onshore green hydrogen production sites in the UK.
Critical infrastructure owner-operator px Group has set up a dedicated energy transition team focused on cutting clients’ emissions.