[source] Aerial picture of the existing oil terminal at Bantry Bay
Irish renewable energy company EI-H2 aims to develop 3.2 GW hydrogen storage, in a joint-venture with US giant Zenith Energy at Bantry Bay, next to an existing oil terminal. In the first phase, a 2.7 GW hydrogen facility will be build. In the second phase, 500 MW worth of ammonia will follow. The hydrogen plant will be sourced by renewable offshore wind.
Time path: 2028.
[independent.ie] – EI-H2 and Zenith announce plans for ‘green hydrogen’ plant in Bantry Bay
[zenithterminals.com] – Zenith Energy and EI-H2 Announce Joint Venture for Green Energy Facility at Bantry Bay
[Google Maps] – Bantry Bay