UK and Ireland hydrogen production facility plans from new joint venture

The UK and Ireland look set to gain further hydrogen production capacity as HydraB Power and Armstrong Capital Management today (September 7) announce the companies have entered into a joint venture, HyGen Energy Holdings Limited.

HydraB and Armstrong have said the new company will build, own, and operate commercial-scale hydrogen production facilities across the UK and Ireland, with ambitions of becoming one of the UK’s leading providers of low-carbon hydrogen.

With hopes of its first facilities being operational within the next couple of years, HyGen has said it is expecting to announced numerous relationships and developments as it implements its business plans over the coming months.

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