The contact with Vertex Hydrogen, will see Kent working on the UK’s first large-scale, low-carbon hydrogen production plant at the heart of HyNet.

Kent will, optimise the plant design for the front-end engineering and design phase, update cost estimate and advise on planning.

Matt Wills, Market Director Low Carbon, and Onshore Projects at Kent, said, “We are excited to be part of this transition and believe we have the technical and engineering skills to help deliver this project.

“Our Ambition is to build long-term relationships with businesses that share our values and vision and together help make a difference.”

The HyNet project located in the North West of England, will deliver 350MW of low-carbon hydrogen capacity by 2025, as the UK hopes to replace fossil fuels used in industry, transport, and homes.

Read more:  HyNet Hydrogen Production Plant – the UK’s first large-scale low carbon hydrogen facility

John Egan, Director of Vertex Hydrogen, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with Kent. Vertex Hydrogen and Kent share the same commitment to playing an active role in the energy transition and service excellence, helping out client meet their net-zero targets.”


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