Turning talk into terawatts: elevating the electrolyser

Political leaders around the world under pressure to decarbonise their energy sources have published ambitious green hydrogen plans to help their nations meet looming Net Zero targets.

The hype

At the start of this year, the UK Government announceda £21m ($26.7m) boost to accelerate key low carbon hydrogen projects across Aberdeen, Tees Valley and Suffolk. This followed the government’s selection of 11 green hydrogen production projects, totalling 125MW of capacity, to gain access to a slice of £2bn ($2.5bn) in production subsidies.

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