Cutting meat and emissions: Quorn commits to hydrogen

Did you ever think your favourite meat-free pioneer could also go emissions-free with hydrogen technologies? It could happen, and Quorn wants to make it happen.

The food manufacturer today (Feb 10) said it will look at the implementation of dual-fuel boilers, combusting both hydrogen and natural gas, at its production facility in Billingham, North East England as a stepping-stone to achieving carbon neutrality.

UK-based Protium and Petrofac are supporting the move, having teamed up with Quorn to showcase how hydrogen could both expand production capacity and slash emissions.

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