LONDON (ICIS)–UK company Protium announced on
26 September that it is expanding its capacity
at the Tees Valley hydrogen project to 68.8MW,
up from 40MW, the company said.
The Tees Valley Net Zero Project is due to be
completed in 2026, and is set to be developed
in two phases.
The first phase, scheduled to take place in the
third quarter of 2025, will include one array
of a PEM electrolyser, equivalent to 17.2MW
capacity, with the second phase set to scale-up
the first phase of the electrolyser by another
three arrays, to have four arrays of the PEM
electrolyser in total.
It will utilise Protium developed renewable
energy generators (including both solar and
The UK has set a target of 10GW of hydrogen
production capacity to be in place by 2030, of
which at least 5GW will be renewable hydrogen.