Hydrogen UK is set to advocate the importance of a ‘twin track approach’ in publishing dedicated Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)-enabled Production and Electrolytic Production reports.
Hydrogen UK industry working groups, focused on mapping how low-carbon hydrogen should be produced, have released their findings ahead of UK party conferences.
The reports highlight the vast opportunity that both major production pathways provide and calls for urgent government support for the development of domestic supply chains and providing clarity around funding for all low-carbon hydrogen developers.
Hydrogen UK’s findings support the UK’s twin-track approach developing both electrolytic, which splits water into hydrogen and oxygen using renewable and nuclear energy; and CCUS-enabled hydrogen production, which uses natural gas and captures the CO2 for use or storage.
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