RWE to Develop Green Hydrogen Project in Scotland

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RWE announced plans to develop a green hydrogen project in Grangemouth, Scotland. Under the terms of the project, RWE will supply the first hydrogen produced to INEOS Grangemouth. Once completed, approved, and operational, the initial capacity is expected to be up to 200 MWe, capable of producing up to 3.6 tonnes of hydrogen per hour, with the possibility of expanding to 600 Mwe later. 

Furthermore, the project might be operational by 2029 and built on land within the Grangemouth industrial complex, next to the INEOS facility and the hydrogen produced will be piped a short distance to the site. Moreover, RWE has finished concept, feasibility and pre-Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) studies. The company is shortlisting providers of electrolysers and has acquired a grid connection. Subsequently, a planning application will be pursued, entailing local consultation over the project. 

In April 2024, RWE and Haltermann Carless inked a MoU to build a green hydrogen plant in Harwich, in Essex, in the south-east of the UK. The plant would be developed on land that forms part of the Haltermann Carless industrial site in Harwich.

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