£390m UK Government push for hydrogen and low carbon tech

From using hydrogen to produce sustainable gin to mounting electrolysers onto floating wind turbine platforms to produce hydrogen, these are just two projects boosted today by a share of £390m UK Government funding in a bid to tackle industrial emissions.

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) today awarded thirteen hydrogen supply projects £20m to undertake feasibility studies and a further seven projects £20m to explore how industrial fuels can be switched by hydrogen.

The 20 projects will explore how the use of hydrogen can be rolled out across the UK – a crucial step towards the end of the UK’s contribution to global warming.

The best of these will be awarded up to £7.5m to move their technologies towards commercialisation.

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