A hydrogen pilot plant will be constructed at Cranfield University this year and will become operational later in 2021.
The new pilot is a result of the Bulk Hydrogen Production by Sorbent Enhanced Steam Reforming (HyPER project), an international collaboration led by Cranfield University, which is set to examine the potential of low-carbon hydrogen.
The state-of-the-art 1.5MWth pilot plant at Cranfield University will test an innovative hydrogen production technology that substantially reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
The project, which also involves US-based research and development organisation GTI and Doosan Babcock, a specialist in low-carbon technologies, has been made possible by £7.5m of funding from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) Innovation Programme.
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