Advanced Propulsion Centre – Part 1: Facilitating the UK’s hydrogen revolution

Construction of the UK’s hydrogen industry is well underway and with large-scale projects and investment being announced weekly, it is no surprise that the region could become a hotspot for the clean energy carrier.

By doubling its target low-carbon hydrogen capacity from 5GW to 10GW by 2030, it is clear that the UK’s Government is backing the clean energy carrier and its role in decarbonising the economy.

At the forefront of the UK’s hydrogen revolution is the Advanced Propulsion Centre, an organisation facilitating funding to UK-based research and development projects. This could be a crucial vector for supporting the growing hydrogen community.

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