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Hydrogen adoption to accelerate after the UK Government publishes plan to decarbonise the transportation sector

Hydrogen adoption to accelerate after the UK Government publishes plan to decarbonise the transportation sector

The UK Government has published what it says is the world’s first “greenprint” that will look to decarbonise all modes of domestic transport in the UK – this could see further adoption of hydrogen in mobility.

Revealed today (July 14) by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, the greenprint focuses on decarbonisation of the transportation sector to provide cleaner, quieter cities and communities for better quality of life.

This will also help to decarbonise industrial operations and logistics by providing a platform to begin the transition to clean mobility.

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