Octopus Hydrogen and Greenergy Flexigrid have sealed a logistics partnership deal for the collection and delivery of green hydrogen to Octopus Hydrogen customers.
Under the partnership mobile refuelling units will be transported by Greenergy to enable delivery, storage and dispensing of green hydrogen on customer sites.
The first delivery was completed last month, with more scheduled for 2023.
Octopus Hydrogen aims to tackle sectors which cannot be decarbonised easily through electrification, including the heavy goods transportation sector.
Will Rowe, founder and chief executive of Octopus Hydrogen, said: “We want to support our customers to achieve their decarbonisation strategies.
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“The efficient transportation of green hydrogen direct to where they need it is a core part of what we offer.
“It’s great to be working with Greenergy on providing this essential service to our customers. Together we’re making green hydrogen happen today.”
Christian Flach, chief executive of Greenergy said: “As part of our approach to support our customers through the energy transition, we are working with Octopus Hydrogen as the first step in our strategy to deliver hydrogen.
“Greenergy’s expertise in specialist logistics and our scalable service offer allow us to provide safe, efficient, and cost-effective transportation delivering green hydrogen directly to customer sites across the UK, helping them to decarbonise.”
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