Calls for UK Government action to facilitate Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen

The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) has called for UK Government action to embrace Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen (NEH) when delivering on Net Zero goals.

A position paper, released on Tuesday (June 7) by the UK HFCA urged the Government to support NEH with legislation, financial backing, as well as more nuclear sites to aid the nation’s race to Net Zero.

The report titled, The Role of Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen in Delivery Net Zero, revealed how one nuclear power plant has the potential to generate enough hydrogen to decarbonise heating in one million homes, or fuel 40,000 hydrogen buses.

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