French utility Engie and Norwegian oil major Equinor plan to develop low-carbon hydrogen value chains across Belgium, the Netherlands and France. The two companies will both explore the production and market potential for hydrogen from natural gas linked to carbon capture and storage (CCS), so called-blue hydrogen, and hydrogen made from renewable power via electrolysis, or green hydrogen, and potentially initiatives across the technologies.
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Logan Energy has won the contract to deliver what will be the largest hydrogen hub in the north of Wales. The Edinburgh-based company, which supplies fuel cells and energy storage systems, was selected by Menter Môn, the social enterprise behind the project, to lead the creation of the production, refuelling and distribution facility in Holyhead on Anglesey. It is hoped that the facility could be operating in 2023 and will create up to 30 jobs. Green hydrogen can be produced using renewable energy and with water as the only byproduct.
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