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Plans unveiled for green hydrogen site at French energy-from-waste unit

Plans unveiled for green hydrogen site at French energy-from-waste unit

SUEZ and SIPEnR have formed a new joint venture to construct a green hydrogen production and distribution plant at the Energy-from-Waste (EfW) unit in Créteil, near Paris.

The companies today (3rd Feb) announced the plans for the facility, a first in France, which will convert electricity produced from the combustion of household waste into hydrogen using an electrolysis process.

Scheduled to be commissioned by the end of 2022 under the company name H2 Créteil, the plant will have a production and distribution capacity of 500 kg/day of hydrogen, covering the equivalent consumption of 500 cars travelling 100km per day.

Grand Paris Sud Est Avenir, Paris Est Marne et Bois, Grand-Orly Seine Bièvre territories and more broadly the Paris region will benefit from the carbon-free energy solution produced at the site.

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