Gigastack project wins government backing

A project aiming to demonstrate the delivery of bulk, low-cost and zero-carbon hydrogen through gigawatt (GW) scale polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolysis has been boosted by £500,000 of UK Government funding.

ITM Power, Ørsted and Element Energy revealed today their Gigastack project had been backed by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) through its Hydrogen Supply Competition.

£390m UK Government push for hydrogen and low carbon tech

The project aims to dramatically reduce the cost of electrolytic hydrogen through:

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