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© Flexens
300mw-hydrogen-plant-plans-revealed-for-finland
© Flexens

300MW hydrogen plant plans revealed for Finland

Flexens and KIP Infra have revealed intentions of establishing Finland’s ‘largest’ hydrogen production plant with plans of constructing a 300MW facility in Kokkola.

H2 View understands the partners signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) for a land lease in the Kokkola Industrial Park area, where they plan to build capacity for the production of ‘mainly green’ hydrogen and ammonia.

With hopes of production commencing at the end of 2027, the Finnish duo have said the plant would mark a concrete step forward for the country’s hydrogen industry, which would be for meeting energy needs and ensuring self-sufficient fertiliser production.

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