Octopus Energy and RES to replace facilities natural gas with green hydrogen

Octopus Energy Generation and RES have announced its green hydrogen joint venture HYRO will ensure gas will be swapped for green hydrogen in UK facilities.

On-site electrolysers will be deployed at two Kimberly-Clark manufacturing facilities and will use electricity produced from renewable sources to create green hydrogen, which will be stored and fed into the factory’s hydrogen-ready boilers.

The two electrolyser projects in Wales and Kent will have a combined capacity of 22.5MW and are expected to reduce thousands of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions annually. They have also won places on the Government’s shortlist for funding.

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