Stopford’s Consultancy Director, Deb Pal attended the recent World Hydrogen Congress in Rotterdam. “The congress was a great opportunity to connect with industry leaders and investors to expand our global network”. Key talking points included how hydrogen can deliver on the energy trilemma, balancing the impact of energy costs, energy security and the future bankability of hydrogen projects.
Stopford have extensive experience in both the production and uses of hydrogen. Hydrogen ‘production’ knowledge gained from developing our own clean green technology and ‘uses’ from over 40 years of engineering experience of utilising hydrogen in the pharmaceutical and oil & gas sectors.
Our ambition is to ‘lead the way in engineering a sustainable world through the transition to a low carbon economy’ Over the last three years, we have utilised our industry experience in the delivery of UK BEIS funded hydrogen fuel switching projects.
The Congress provided updates on the latest major green hydrogen projects coming on-stream. Shell has started construction of their 200 MW green hydrogen plant in Rotterdam and design has started on the NEOM giga green hydrogen/ammonia plant, which will be largest facility of this type in the world.
Stopford will continue to help develop the hydrogen economy to decarbonise UK & global industry.