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Consortium wants to decarbonise the Port of Immingham with hydrogen
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Consortium wants to decarbonise the Port of Immingham with hydrogen

Uniper, Siemens Energy, Toyota Tsusho and Associated British Ports want to establish a low carbon hydrogen supply to the Port of Immingham, England.

The group on Wednesday (June 2) unveiled such vision, stating that they have completed a joint study to highlight the availability of low carbon fuels, such as hydrogen, in the port.

Located within the Humber industrial cluster, a hydrogen hotspot in the UK, the port is ideally placed to take advantage of existing infrastructure in the region.

Read more: UK’s largest industrial region set for hydrogen revolution

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