RWE, Mitsui, and the Port of Tilbury are developing an hydrogen project

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Steve Boughton, RWE Director Hydrogen Development, said: “Hydrogen is a key component of the energy transition and we want to play a leading role in this, aiming to develop 2GW of capacity by 2030. This collaboration with Mitsui and the Port of Tilbury is for an innovative project combing production and industrial customer use with potential fuel switching of port equipment.”

Official Press Release Port of Tilbury:

Port of Tilbury, RWE and Mitsui investigate green hydrogen to decarbonise port operations

RWE – the UK’s largest power generator and a world player in renewable generation, Mitsui – a global trading and investment company with a diversified business portfolio that spans approximately 63 countries, and the Port of Tilbury – London and the South East’s logistics hub, are developing an innovative hydrogen project at the Port of Tilbury in Essex as part of a recently signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) for two green hydrogen projects.

Hydrogen has a crucial role to play in helping the UK achieve its 2050 Net Zero ambitions and is an essential component for decarbonising different industrial sectors. Through the MoU, the organisations will complete two parallel work streams: A small scale ‘proof of concept’ demonstrator project to... ... More: Official Press Release Port of Tilbury

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