O’Reilly seals green hydrogen deal with ESB
dCarbonX, which was co-founded by Tony O’Reilly jr, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the state firm to develop storage solutions for renewable energy
dCarbonX, the company co-founded by Tony O’Reilly jr, has agreed a deal with the ESB to partner with it on green energy development ventures.
The pair have signed a memorandum of understanding to assess and develop offshore storage possibilities for green hydrogen, which is produced using renewable sources such as wind rather than fossil fuels.
O’Reilly’s company specialises in subsurface green energy storage.
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