Cornflakes, paper towels and aluminium cans: Hydrogen fuel switching projects backed by UK Government

Global manufacturers of cereal, paper towels and rolled aluminium products have been awarded UK government funding to demonstrate a switch to hydrogen in their production facilities.

Kellogg’s, Essity and Novelis have been selected by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero to undertake demonstrations where they will switch fuel in their production plants in the northwest of the UK to run on hydrogen.

Aimed at demonstrating a reduction in their carbon footprints by using low-carbon hydrogen to manufacture products such as Kellogg’s Cornflakes, Plenty towels, and rolled aluminium products for the automotive industry and beverage cans, the projects are hoped to forge a pathway for other industries to decarbonise.

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