FIBA is well-placed to meet the growing demand for high pressure gas vessels in the UK and Europe.The news that Norwegian energy giant Equinor has received planning permission for a blue hydrogen production plant in the UK adds further power to the argument that the European alternative energy market is thriving. FIBA witnessed this recently at the Paris Hyvolution show, and the Equinor move is further evidence of a drive for a stronger European hydrogen economy.

Breaking the news, leading hydrogen sector magazine H2 View says that Equinor was granted permission in a move that is hoped to boost the decarbonisation sector in the east of England.

The H2H Saltend project is set to have 600MW of hydrogen production capacity and Equinor estimates that almost 900,000 tonnes of CO2 will be captured and stored in sub-sea aquifers each year.

In the UK and across mainland Europe, hydrogen production plans are coming to fruition.  FIBA is well-positioned to meet the growing demand for high pressure vessels required at the many hydrogen refueling stations currently planned across the region.

Posted by: Andy Evans

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