The Danish plant will start running in 2024.
Announcing their new-energy partnerships, ADNOC said the H2Teesside low-carbon hydrogen project with BP had moved into the design phase.
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The bills will help decarbonize the European gas market and create a hydrogen one.
The project, dubbed HyGreen Teesside, aims to produce 60 MWe (megawatt electrical input) of so-called "green" hydrogen.
It will start drafting the document after working out the proposals of the interested parties.