Partnership revealed for UK’s ‘first’ waste-to-hydrogen plant

Plans for the ‘first’ waste-to-hydrogen plant in the UK are set to be accelerated with the announcement of a new partnership.

EQTEC revealed today (July 4), it has selected Wood as its technology partner for design, and deployment of a clean, waste-to-hydrogen solution during phase two of develops for the waste-to-energy project at Southport Hybrid Energy Park, Merseyside, UK.

In line with a strategic collaboration agreement (SCA) between EQTEC and Wood, the companies have agreed to co-develop a refuse-derived fuel to clean hydrogen solution, which they say could be the first waste-to-hydrogen plant in the UK.

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