Hydrogen East undertook a phase-one feasibility study to look at how existing, refurbished, planned and potential energy assets in the Lowestoft PowerPark area could be integrated to create a local flexibility hub, with hydrogen production and use at its core. We considered how a hydrogen electrolyser may be deployed in conjunction with local renewable electricity generation to provide decarbonised fuel for local transport fleets
To download a copy of the executive summary, click here.
February 2022 Update
On Monday 21 February, Nigel Cornwall summarised Hydrogen East’s emerging thinking on a regional green hydrogen cluster to a group of Great Yarmouth stakeholders, including the borough and county councils. This represented an update on its work since the research company reported on the Lowestoft Power Park project in November, and how an emergent cluster could extend from Lowestoft to other regional sites including Great Yarmouth. Slides from the high-level presentation are here.