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SSE and Equinor’s ‘blue hydrogen’ power plant set to be world first – The Times

The world’s first large-scale power station to burn pure hydrogen could be built in Britain this decade by SSE and Equinor to generate enough low-carbon energy…

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The worlds first large-scale power station to burn pure hydrogen could be built in Britain this decade by SSE and Equinor to generate enough low-carbon energy to supply more than a million homes.
The FTSE 100 energy group and the Norwegian state-backed oil company said that they would work together on plans for the plant at Keadby, north Lincolnshire.
At present Britain relies heavily on power stations that burn natural gas, emitting carbon dioxide that causes global warming. Hydrogen burns cleanly…

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