ScottishPower to build hydrogen plant at Port of Felixstowe

With a green hydrogen production plant, ScottishPower plans to supply the Port of Felixstowe and shipping at large with green energy corresponding to 100 megawatts.

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Renewable energy company ScottishPower plans to establish production of green hydrogen for the shipping sector at major British harbor the Port of Felixstowe, report several media outlets.

ScottishPower, owned by Spanish utility Iberdrola, has filed an application with British authorities for aid in establishing a green hydrogen production plant that would supply energy to the port and to the shipping sector at large.

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