UK Government funds 100MW electrolysis project in Ukraine

Hydrogen Ukraine and AB5 Consulting have won a grant to advance its H2U Renewable Hydrogen Project, located in Ukraine’s Odesa region.

It was secured through InnovateUkraine, funded by the UK International Development and hosted by British Embassy Kyiv. The hydrogen production project will have an initial electrolysis capacity of 100MW.

H2U will ensure a renewable hydrogen plant is constructed, dedicated to producing renewable electricity and green hydrogen for domestic needs and European export. H2 View understands solar and wind farms with capacities of 120MW and 80MW, respectively, will be developed too.

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