This is set to be a pivotal year in the UK net zero journey. We are expecting to soon see an Energy White Paper and, in November, the UK will host COP26 in Glasgow – giving us confirmation on the direction UK Government intends to take on tackling emissions.
BEIS (the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) recently awarded five hydrogen projects a share of £80m in development funds, which suggests it is listening – and agrees that we can’t reach net zero without hydrogen as a key energy vector.
On Monday, a new milestone in the hydrogen journey was reached with the launch of the Hydrogen Taskforce: a coalition of some of the UK’s leading organisations; Arup, Baxi, BOC Linde, BNP Paribas and Arval, BP, Cadent, DBD, ITM Power, Shell and Storengy.
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