Wales to get new hydrogen hub


United Kingdom – Logan Energy has won a tender, with Welsh Menter Môn, to support the delivery of a hydrogen production plant, refueling and distribution hub in Holyhead, Wales.

The Holyhead Hydrogen Hub will be a first of its kind and is supported by the Isle of Anglesey County Council and the Welsh Government’s Local Transport Fund.

The hub aims to create 20-30 initial jobs and will help support over 500 local businesses while bolstering low carbon infrastructure capabilities as the country moves towards a green recovery.

As the second largest roll-on, roll-off port in the UK, Holyhead was identified as an ideal site for the Hub, hosting large HGV movements annually as well as potential demands at the port.

The target operational date of the project is 2023.

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