The company today (November 17) revealed it had finalised an agreement with NovoHydrogen to see its modular electrolysers deployed at the plant.
H2 View understands the green hydrogen produced by the Ohmium electrolysers is expected to be burned in one of the plant’s 10 turbines, reducing the overall carbon emissions of the plant.
Matt McMonagle, CEO of NovoHydrogen, said, “Green hydrogen offers a tremendous opportunity to utilise current gas-powered energy generating assets to provide 100% 24/7 dispatchable clean power. We are tremendously excited to work on this innovative project to show what can be done.”
A report by Aurora Energy Research, released in November (2022), found that hydrogen could play a key role in the decarbonisation of the UK’s power system, offering a low-carbon alternative to gas-fired generation.
“We’re thrilled to work with NovoHydrogen on this groundbreaking project that demonstrates the power and potential of green hydrogen,” said Arne Ballantine, CEO of Ohmium International. “The world is moving away from fossil fuels and there is significant infrastructure that can be transitioned to green hydrogen use – from pipelines to power generation.”
In September (2022), Ohmium signed an agreement to provide 343MW of its electrolysers to Tarafert for the development of a large-scale green ammonia and urea fertiliser production facility in Mexico.
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