Hydrogen included in UK Gov’s £166.5m green technology cash injection

Hydrogen has been included in a new £166.5m ($235.5m) cash boost provided by the UK Government today (May 24) that is aimed to drive forward developments in critical technology for a green revolution.

£60m ($84m) of the fund will support the development of low carbon hydrogen in the UK and to identify and scale-up more efficient solutions for making clean hydrogen from water using electricity.

This will take the UK one step closer to using low carbon hydrogen in key industries across the UK – from powering transport such as trains and ships to factories and the heating systems in our homes.

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