Uniper reveals plans for 120MW hydrogen hub in the UK’s north east

Uniper has announced plans for a hydrogen hub project in the Humber, UK, expected to become operational by 2029.

Located at the Killingholme site, the Humber H2ub® project will integrate 120MW of green hydrogen production, which has the potential to scale-up further. The company is aiming to boast more than 1GW of electrolyser capacity across its business by 2030.

Uniper entered into a collaborative agreement with Phillips 66 Limited with the aim of supplying green hydrogen to its Humber Refinery from 2029, reducing its Scope 1 operational emissions.

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