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Hydrogen could power UK film and TV production studios
Hydrogen could power UK film and TV production studios

Hydrogen could power UK film and TV production studios

TV and film production appears set to be decarbonised by green hydrogen, as a start-up PlusZero signs an agreement to explore clean energy solutions with a leading UK TV and film producer.

As part of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Serious Stages will see the two companies explore a ‘fully renewable’ energy solution for Longcross Film Studios, UK, the filming site for the recent Mission: Impossible 7, as well as numerous Disney+ productions.

Seeking to explore options to power off-grid TV and film production using green hydrogen technologies, as well as the potential for on-site hydrogen production using renewable power, the move follows on from the likes of Disney+ and Netflix announcing ambitions to meet Net Zero emissions across their operations.

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