UK port to investigate the potential of green hydrogen


Source: Port of Tilbury

RWE, Mitsui and the UK’s Port of Tilbury have signed an agreement to investigate the potential of renewable hydrogen for both port infrastructure and the creation of a hydrogen plant.

The parties recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for two green hydrogen projects which aim to unlock the potential of carbon savings for both port infrastructure and to fuel the green future of the Thames Freeport at Tilbury.

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