EET Hydrogen is a leading player in the energy transition and is developing the first large scale, low carbon hydrogen production hub in the UK. This will produce (in its initial phases) 1.35GW of hydrogen capacity (more than enough to power a city like Liverpool) and capture some 2.5 million tonnes of carbon per annum (equivalent to taking 1.1 million cars off the roads).
By 2030, EET Hydrogen expects to deliver nearly 4GW of low carbon hydrogen – 40% of the UK Government’s target. The organisation is investing an expected £1bn in the UK’s largest industrial region (the North-West) to enable businesses to switch from fossil fuels to low carbon energy, helping to secure and grow vital industries and jobs and unlocking billions of pounds of related investment.
An integral part of HyNet, one of two UK Government’s Track 1 clusters for industrial decarbonisation, EET Hydrogen’s HPP1 plant was selected to progress as one of two initial large scale low carbon hydrogen production plants.