Getech awarded Shoreham Port hydrogen extension to 2027

Getech has received an extension of exclusive rights for the development of all port-based hydrogen, ammonia and new onshore wind and solar generation capacity at Shoreham Port Green Energy Hub, through to August 2027.

In November 2021, Getech announced a period of exclusivity for two years with Shoreham Port, through a Collaboration Agreement, which has now been extended five years, taking the project through development, to planned first green hydrogen production and beyond.

The agreement was signed through its wholly owned hydrogen subsidiary, H2 Green.

Dr Jonathan Copus, Getech CEO, said the updated agreement is “a clear statement of intent” of the partnership to push forward to develop green hydrogen at the port, contributing to decarbonisation across the Southeast of England.

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