Like many other cities in the UK and all over the world, Manchester faces the challenge of reducing its emissions to limit the impacts of climate change and meet the targets of the Paris Agreement.
The city has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2038, more than a decade earlier than the target date adopted by the European commission, and 12 years ahead of the rest of the UK.
Whilst Manchester doesn’t have a single plan setting out how it will meet its climate change targets, hydrogen and fuel cell technology is being positioned as one potential route.
Last September, a brand new £4.1m facility bringing together the latest technology, world-leading academics and industry professionals to create new, clean electrolysers and fuel cells was opened at Manchester Metropolitan University.
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