£212,000 of UK Government funding awarded to Levidian wastewater-to-hydrogen project

Levidian Nanosystems and United Utilities were among the 22 organisations to be awarded a chunk of the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy’s $5m ($6.08m) funding for its Hydrogen BECCS Innovation Programme Phase 1.

Read more: UK Government awards funding to 22 organisations to support waste-to-hydrogen technology

The companies have revealed they were granted £212,000 ($256,222) for a project to utilise biogas from wastewater treatment as a fully sustainable feedstock to produce hydrogen and graphene through the Levidian LOOP process.

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