Cranfield University has been awarded over £500,000 for manufacturing projects, including three initiatives focused on how materials respond to hydrogen.
The research could help accelerate the adoption of hydrogen-fuelled engines and assist industries with reaching net zero carbon emissions.
With funding from The Henry Royce Institute through its Industrial Collaboration Programme, Cranfield’s specialist facilities in the Surface Engineering and Precision Centre (SEPC) are set to advance understanding of how materials behave and react with hydrogen, paving the way for the clean fuel’s wider use.
Professor Dame Helen Atkinson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing, said hydrogen is one of the most exciting clean energy developments but it simply can’t scale up without this crucial work to make the production, transport and storage of it cost-effective and feasible. She said, “This funding will enable Cranfield’s specialist facilities and expertise in this area to support the developments that industry absolutely needs to move forward with a net zero agenda.”
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