H2H Production 2

Equinor’s second low carbon hydrogen production facility with carbon capture. At 1.2 GW it is double the size of the flagship H2H Saltend, located in the Humber for regional industrial users.

At 1.2 GW, H2H Production 2 is Equinor’s proposed second low carbon hydrogen production facility with carbon capture. It is double the size of Equinor’s flagship H2H Saltend, building towards the company’s ambition to achieve 1.8 GW of hydrogen production within the Humber by 2028 – nearly one fifth of the government’s UK-wide 2030 10 GW ambition. The low carbon hydrogen produced at this site can be transported for use by industrial emitters across the region, via the common infrastructure created through the Zero Carbon Humber and East Coast Cluster network. Equinor is working with local organisations and contractors to ensure that local businesses can benefit from these opportunities. They are also working with local educational institutions to inspire young people and equip them with the right knowledge and skills to work within these low carbon technologies over the coming decades.

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