Airbus, Air Products, Tata Steel and more call on government to keep the UK competitive in hydrogen

A new group of companies including the likes of Airbus, Air Products and Tata Steel have called on the UK Government to ensure the UK remains globally competitive in hydrogen.

Dubbed the Green Hydrogen Alliance (GHA), the group aims to highlight the potential opportunities that exist in the application of green hydrogen for UK industries from aviation and road haulage to industrial usage and power.

With names such as Airbus, Air Products, Associated British Ports, London City Airport, Tata Steel, World Kinect, as well as an advisory board with Cranfield University and the Thames Estuary Growth Board, the GHA has called on more action from government to support the industry.

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