Reflections from the second UK Hydrogen Week

Last week was the UK’s Second Hydrogen Week, and at Hydrogen UK (HUK) we celebrated by co-hosting the Hydrogen Investment Forum with the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero. This event brought together three key groups – policy makers, investors, and project developers – into one place, to share ideas and foster collaborations that will drive the UK’s hydrogen sector forward.

Also, HUK announced that it has bolstered its membership, reaching a milestone of 100 members. In the last year, our membership has more than doubled in size, as members seek to collaborate on industry-led analysis, to engage with all levels of government to grow the hydrogen economy and network across the industry. HUK’s rapid growth rate is reflective of the increasing recognition of the role of hydrogen, and the UK’s ambition to be a global leader. In light of these successes, it’s a fitting moment to provide an overview of where the industry is at, and where we’re heading next.

The UK government has set an ambitious but deliverable target of 10GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030, and we have been working with them closely over the past couple of years as they develop the policy frameworks that will enable industry to deliver on that target.

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