International researchers set out to reduce Net Zero hydrogen costs to $1/kg

A group of international researchers plan to dramatically reduce the cost of ‘Net Zero hydrogen’ by developing technologies and addressing economic and policy challenges.

The five-year Global Hydrogen Production Technologies Center (HyPT), led by the UK’s Cranfield University, Arizona State University, the University of Adelaide and the University of Toronto, seeks to reduce the cost of hydrogen production to around $1 per kg.

HyPT, with a budget of $17.5m will look to develop three major hydrogen production technologies: water electrolysis, methane pyrolysis and photocatalytic solar.

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