No requirement for new gas power plants to be hydrogen ready
The state is in the process of contracting 2GWs of new gas fired power plants due to Ireland’s power supply crunch
New gas power plants currently being secured to ensure electricity supply for the coming decades will not be required to be hydrogen ready, the Business Post has learned.
The state is in the process of contracting 2 gigawatts (GW) of new gas fired power plants due to Ireland’s power supply crunch, as demand is projected to continue outstripping supply for a number of years. Over 700 megawatts (MW) of temporary emergency power generators are being ...