Protium expands Tees Valley Net Zero hydrogen project to 70MW

Protium is expanding its Tees Valley Net Zero hydrogen project to nearly 70MW, a 30MW increase on the original capacity.

The company announced its green hydrogen project last year, located on Wilton Universal Group’s site in the UK north-east.

Building a hydrogen production facility will provide Protium with the infrastructure necessary to generate renewable green hydrogen energy, with plans to supply local manufacturers once built. It will also include the development of green hydrogen storage to support the largest PEM electrolyser in Teesside to enable local manufacturing and logistics businesses to transition from natural gas and diesel energy sources.

The expanded project covers 68.8MW of electrolysis capacity, including storage, upon final completion in 2026, making it Protium’s largest green hydrogen project to date.

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