There is a hydrogen revolution at work. Or maybe we should say hydrogen evolution, as contrary to popular belief, the ability of hydrogen to effectively power vehicles was first proven over 100 years ago, writes Chair of Hydrogen South West, Andy Clarke.
Low-carbon hydrogen has a significant role to play in the race to Net Zero, alongside the use of battery-electric fuel cells, solar and wind energy, nuclear power, and innovations such as carbon capture, usage and storage.
At Hydrogen South West, we are committed to unlocking the full potential of hydrogen to help the UK government hit its Net Zero target of 2050 and to turbocharge the new green skills economy. With this ambition, of course, comes responsibility, and part of that includes highlighting challenges as and when they are identified.
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