Hydrogen trade association, Hydrogen UK, has revealed it will be discussing the future of British energy at the Labour Party Conference on September 27, 2022, in Liverpool.
The body announced it is hosting an event, dubbed, Cheap, Clean & Green: The Future of British Energy? At the opposition party’s annual conference, which hopes to explore the impact of the energy crisis on the UK’s pathway to achieving Net Zero.
H2 View understands the panellists will discuss the vulnerability caused by the dependence on fossil fuels and the potential for low-carbon hydrogen to reduce costs and improve energy security.
In April (2022), the UK Government doubled the target for domestic low-carbon hydrogen production to 10GW by 2030. Today (September 23), the new Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng unveiled his Growth Plan which detailed reaffirmed support for hydrogen in Britain.
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