BP and GE to jointly develop hydrogen power plants

London-based BP and GE recently formed an agreement to jointly develop and deploy hydrogen power projects that may reduce emissions of carbon dioxide from electricity generation. The companies will collaborate on power, carbon capture, and sequestration technologies.

London-based BP and GE recently formed an agreement to jointly develop and deploy hydrogen power projects that may reduce emissions of carbon dioxide from electricity generation. The companies will collaborate on power, carbon capture, and sequestration technologies.

BP has already announced plans for two hydrogen power projects with carbon capture and sequestration in Scotland and California, both of which will use GE technology.

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