GE commences assessment to introduce 40% hydrogen blends into Uniper’s Kent power station

GE has revealed today (March 29) it has commenced a hydrogen plant readiness assessment of Kent, UK’s Grain power station owned by Uniper, which could soon introduce hydrogen blends of up to 40%.

GE’s plant assessment at Grain will seek to develop detailed solutions to enable the 1,365MW combined-cycle gas turbine (CCGT) plant to use blends of hydrogen up to 40% by volume, which could lower carbon emissions and help achieve Uniper’s decarbonisation target.

This could be a huge boost to the UK’s decarbonisation ambitions and additionally could support the company in transitioning to hydrogen solutions.

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