Three projects drop out of UK hydrogen race
The UK Government is continuing negotiations with 17 of the 20 green hydrogen projects it has shortlisted for support in its allocation round last month.
The country's Department for Energy Security & Net Zero is seeking to back projects with Hydrogen Production Business Model and Net Zero Hydrogen Fund capital expenditure support. The 17 projects where negotiations are ongoing have total capacity of 262MW, and winning bidders are due to be announced by the end of 2023.
The three projects that dropped out are a demonstration project led by ERM Dolphyn; Gigastack led by Ørsted and Phillips 66; and Quill 2 led by Inovyn ChlorVinyls.