Durham University leads £1m Network-H2 project

UK- based Durham University will lead a new national research project to decarbonise transportation through the use of hydrogen technologies.

The £1m project, Network-H2, will see Durham University work alongside Government, industry, and other universities, in hope to help achieve net-zero carbon emissions.

Network-H2 will bring together international experts from the energy, road, rail, air, and marine transport sectors to support the decarbonisation of the transport network.

As hydrogen-powered vehicles only emit heat and water, they put forward a clean and renewable alternative to fossil fuels.

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