Plans for a green hydrogen plant in Ireland to receive engineering assistance

Plans for green hydrogen production in Ireland are set to bring a global engineering firm on board to accelerate developments.

It was announced today (June 20), the project which hopes to provide enough hydrogen to power 1,000 heavy-duty a year has brought US engineering company, Black & Veatch, on board to advance its development.

Mercury Renewables’ €200m ($210.8m) plan to construct a 75MW onshore wind farm in Firlough, Ireland to produce green hydrogen through electrolysis were unveiled last December 2021.

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