An Aberdeen-based company providing advisory and management services in clean energy projects is set to become the first in the UK to open a business stream for the storage of hydrogen in the subsurface and its associated technologies.
Hydrenor, which was established in May 2019, has announced its ambition to become a key player in mass hydrogen storage in depleted oil and gas fields or other porous geological formations.
The company provides advisory services related to the development of new renewable, clean and sustainable energy projects. Its activities relate to methane emissions abatement, hydrogen use and other innovative technologies that ultimately participate to a low carbon future.
Hydrenor has expanded its offering into the nascent hydrogen storage market to further strengthen the company’s vision for the future of hydrogen as an energy transition enabler.
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