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Project to implement hydrogen at the Port of Immingham begins
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Project to implement hydrogen at the Port of Immingham begins

A new decarbonisation project that aims to utilise hydrogen in Immingham port, UK, has now started with a feasibility study being conducted on hydrogen’s potential at the port.

Involved in the project are Toyota Tsusho UK, Uniper, Siemens Energy, and the Associated British Ports (ABP), who all see the benefits of utilising hydrogen to help decarbonise maritime applications through a range of solutions.

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The project is looking to create a decarbonised model at the port through the use of hydrogen which could then create a hub for hydrogen and accelerate the adoption across the UK in various different sectors.

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