Blue hydrogen an important step for net zero

Back in February, the Government announced seed-funding for six hydrogen projects, including HyNet North West. This was a welcome sign of the government’s intention to help drive forward the hydrogen economy to help deliver on its Net Zero ambitions. And with the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) calling for business to commit to a green recovery post Covid-19, now is the time to push forward on the development of a hydrogen economy.

The hydrogen industry continues to gather pace. With developments happening in transport, such as Liverpool City Region’s new fleet of hydrogen buses, and in the heat industry, with the HyDeploy project in Keele being rolled out in the North East and then the North West, industry and government are aligning in order to develop new solutions to achieve our national Net Zero ambition.

But this transition will take time and development. The scale of the challenge that we face is substantial and the technology needed will need to be developed, trialled and implemented in order for this to happen in a safe and sustainable way.

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