EDF Renewables to open up 50-MW green H2 manufacturing site in England
- EDF Renewables UK, part of French energy group EDF Group (EPA: EDF), is planning to build an as much as 50-MW green hydrogen manufacturing facility powered by offshore wind and also solar parks in England.
The suggested Tess Green Hydrogen plant will be located at the site of a former steel manufacturing facility in Tees Valley and also will supply neighborhood organization customers. The facility will certainly make use of electricity from the 62-MW Teesside offshore wind park off the North Yorkshire coastline and a 49.9-MW solar park that EDF Renewables will certainly create near Redcar, North Yorkshire, the programmer said last week.
The project's initial stage will certainly have a capacity of in between 30 MW as well as 50 MW. The electrolyser, however, is developed to allow an expansion to more than 500 MW.
The project will be know by EDF Renewables UK and EDF Group's hydrogen subsidiary Hynamics. According to the news, plans have already been made to provide green hydrogen to port, shipping and logistics company PD Ports.
In-depth plans for the scheme are because of be released later this year, EDF Renewables said.