Three hydrogen plants with a combined capacity of 220MW planned for Italy

Plans for three green hydrogen production plants with a combined capacity of 220MW in the Puglia region of Italy have been unveiled as part of a wider hydrogen valley project.

An Italian quartet comprised of Edison, Snam, Saipem and Alboran said the three plants would be able to produce 300 million cubic metres of renewable hydrogen every year, which would be used for local industries, mobility and injecting, or blending, hydrogen into Snam’s gas network.

Brindisi (pictured above), Taranto and Cerignola have been named as the three sites, with the authorisation process already underway for Brindisi.

The Brindisi project would see a green hydrogen production plant using electrolysers constructed, which would have a capacity of 60MW and would be powered by a PV farm.

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