bp to decarbonise Rotterdam refinery with 250MW hydrogen plant

bp will replace fossil-based feedstocks currently used at its Rotterdam refinery with green hydrogen produced at a 250MW plant, that is set to be developed in partnership with HyCC.

The duo on Tuesday (Feb 1) said it has signed an agreement for the development of the H2-Fifty plant which is also set to benefit other industries that are active in the port area.

Making a huge contribution to European sustainability objectives, the project is poised to cut up to 350,000 tonnes of carbon emissions annually.

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