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ESB identifies hydrogen as an important vector for a clean energy transition in Ireland

ESB identifies hydrogen as an important vector for a clean energy transition in Ireland

Leading Irish energy generator ESB is paving the way forward in not only renewable energy but green hydrogen too.

The company is supplying renewable energy to Irish industry to ensure that operations are carried out with a low carbon footprint, supporting the Irish Government’s – which has a 95% stake in ESB – decarbonisation goals.

“We plan to use our existing capabilities and future renewable growth to become a leading player in large-scale renewable hydrogen production, thereby enabling renewable electricity, in the form of electrons or green modules, to meet the energy requirements of Ireland’s future zero carbon economy,” Pádraig Ó hIceadha, Head of Strategy, Generation and Trading at ESB, exclusively told H2 View.

Solar and wind farms will play a key role in creating the renewable energy required for green hydrogen production in Ireland.

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