BP to build British green hydrogen plant

The oil company plans to establish an electrolysis capacity of 500MW by 2030 in the UK.

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In 2025, the first phase of BP's coming hydrogen plant, Hygreen Teesside, is slated for commissioning.

At that time, the facility will have production capacity of roughly 60MW but will grow considerably after the fact, with BP aiming to operate 500MW on site by 2030, the British supermajor informs in a press release.

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