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First Hydrogen submits production plans for UK Government funding
© First Hydrogen
First Hydrogen submits production plans for UK Government funding
© First Hydrogen

First Hydrogen submits production plans for UK Government funding

Canadian energy and automotive firm, First Hydrogen, has revealed today (July 5) it has submitted two green hydrogen production projects for funding from the UK Government.

The two projects planned for Carrington, Greater Manchester, UK and the Thames Estuary, UK, are set to have initial capacity of 40MW each and are aimed at supplying First Hydrogen’s automotive customers with fuel to supply their vehicle fleets, H2 View understands.

Submitted to the UK Government’s Net Zero Hydrogen Fund (NZHF) Strand 1 programme, funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the projects anticipate production levels in excess of 7,100 tonnes of green hydrogen annually.

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