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Following an extensive evaluation process, EIH2 has determined that the Boatyard site in Lower Aghada, Cork is not an optimal site for a hydrogen facility.
EIH2 will continue to progress opportunities to build green hydrogen facilities at a number of locations in Ireland.
We will continue to fully engage with local communities about the benefits of green hydrogen during our feasibility studies.
EIH2 will become a key enabler of Ireland’s transition to a clean, independent energy future. As Ireland’s first green hydrogen company we are working hard to kick-start and grow Ireland’s hydrogen economy.
Ireland’s largest green hydrogen facility.
A 3.4 GW plant to produce 1.7 million tonnes of clean, green hydrogen / ammonia annually by 2030.
Zero carbon energy, to replace 1.8 million tonnes of carbon emissions annually by offsetting natural gas usage.
Creating 1,100 jobs during the construction of the plant.
Our offshore wind potential will drive Ireland’s green hydrogen capabilities. We can harness the power of extra electricity to power a process called electrolysis which separates the hydrogen found in ordinary water to produce a clean, green fuel, a key component of our future energy system.
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EIH2, an Irish company, led by environmental advocate and entrepreneur, Pearse Flynn, is playing a lead role in the development of Ireland’s green hydrogen production and distribution capabilities.
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