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Suez to build France’s first waste-powered H2 plant

The green hydrogen production plant will initially serve public transport and utility vehicles, while commercial customers will be able to purchase supplies in a later phase when capacity rises to 1t/d

French environmental services firm Suez and a local public institution will build a 500kg/d green hydrogen plant using electricity from an existing energy-to-waste facility in Creteil, southeast of Paris. The hydrogen plant is expected to start operating at the end of 2022 and will produce green hydrogen from electrolysis initially for use in local public transport and utilities. Hydrogen supply for private and commercial vehicles is also in the planning stage as the plant’s production capacity can rise to 1t/d. “The station will also be able to accommodate fleets of vehicles from public or private companies through appropriate supply contracts,” a Suez spokeswoman tells Hydrogen Economist



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