Financial package to support Greater Brighton’s hydrogen prospects in the UK

A financial package has been granted to Greater Brighton, UK, in order to kickstart plans for a low-carbon hydrogen economy in the region and support the introduction of hydrogen solutions.

Unveiled today (Feb 14), the £25,000 fund has been given to Hydrogen Sussex by the Greater Brighton Economic Board (GBEB) as part of a new energy plan that aims to reduce the carbon footprint of Brighton and be carbon neutral by 2030.

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