Hydrogen to play a key role in Northern Ireland’s zero-emission goals

Hydrogen has been identified as a key source of power for Northern Ireland’s decarbonisation projects ranging from mobility like buses and trains to utilisation in the gas grid for heating.

The research team, funded by Northern Ireland’s Department for the Economy, presented several case studies in which green hydrogen could be made by electrolysis, powered by renewable electricity, and how it could be integrated by 2030.

Read more: Northern Ireland’s hydrogen opportunities in focus

The new report led by GenComm project partners, National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway), Dublin City University and HyEnergy, and has outlined the progress Northern Ireland is making in its decarbonisation goals.

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