IAAPS facility to start making green hydrogen early 2023

The newly opened Institute for Advance Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS) facility in Emersons Green, near Bristol, is targeting green hydrogen production from early next year.

Professor Gary Hawley, Executive Director of IAAPS, said work at its experimental facility is much broader than the automotive sector, from where it originated.

He said, “Our work on propulsion systems and the transition to net zero has received a major boost in so much that we will be manufacturing green hydrogen onsite in the early part of 2023, and using it in our research on prototype propulsion.”

Western Gateway Partnership and Hydrogen South West continue to collaborate on building a hydrogen economy in the UK south-west region.

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