The North West of England is poised to be the UK’s primary region for the development of a hydrogen-based economy. The region’s reputation as the industrial North – including the necessary industries, academia, innovation, skills and natural assets – means it is in pole position to grasp the opportunity of hydrogen use.
The North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA) was set up in 2018 to position the region as the UK leader for hydrogen. It brings together some of the region’s largest and most successful organisations, each seeking to develop the North West as the UK’s leading hydrogen economy.
Here to update us on NWHA’s plans in H2 View’s final instalment of our A Christmas Twist: The 12 Days of Content series, is Professor Joe Howe, Executive Director of the Thornton Energy Institute at the University of Chester, and Chair of the NWHA.
H2 View (H2V): Perhaps you could start Joe by sharing what kind of year 2020 has been for NWHA?
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