Utilising NanoSUN mobile refuelling units, Greenergy will transport Octopus produced green hydrogen to customer sites to allow storage and dispensing.
Having already completed the first delivery of the new partnership last month (December 2022), to Scottish bus manufacturer, Alexander Dennis, which H2 View understands is testing zero-emission buses, the companies have said further deliveries will take place in 2023.
“We want to support our customers to achieve their decarbonisation strategies. The efficient transportation of green hydrogen direct to where they need it is a core part of what we offer,” said Will Rowe, founder and CEO of Octopus Hydrogen. “It’s great to be working with Greenergy on providing this essential service to our customers.”
In August (2022), Octopus Hydrogen was granted a permit from the Environmental Agency for the production of green hydrogen at the Energy Hub project at the MIRA Technology Park, with hopes that the site would be online by the end of 2022.
Christian Flach, CEO of Greenergy, commented, “As part of our approach to support our customers through the energy transition, we are working with Octopus Hydrogen as the first step in our strategy to deliver hydrogen.
“Greenergy’s expertise in specialist logistics and our scalable service offer allow us to provide safe, efficient, and cost-effective transportation delivering green hydrogen directly to customer sites across the UK, helping them to decarbonise.”
A Successful Ecosystem for Green Hydrogen – Iceland
It is becoming ever clearer that the entire green hydrogen ecosystem requires alignment. Hydrogen’s potential, performance, and safety are proven. Green hydrogen is widely accepted as a core pathway to Net Zero, yet the key levers in the transition are not yet in-sync.
For these reasons, H2 View is launching An Ecosystem for Green Hydrogen, a two and a half day summit in Reykjavík, Iceland on February 28 to March 2, 2023, devoted to thought leadership, insights, and actionable takeaways for the green hydrogen ecosystem.
In a world full of distractions and technical overload, we need inspiring places to refresh our minds and bodies. The power of Iceland lies in its nature, culture, and energy. These elements serve as the perfect backdrop for a memorable and effective event at the world renowned Harpa Centre.
The summit promises to tackle all sides of the energy ecosystem, from wind and solar power requirements, through to additionality, water sustainability, electrolyser technologies, and the investment and policy climate. The 2.5 day event is split over six sessions, delegates will hear from speakers representing all strands of the hydrogen value chain in a bid to unravel key issues in the industry, and where it can make some headway.
You can find more information at h2-viewevents.com.