Keele University reveals hydrogen programme set to bolster the UK’s Midlands hydrogen prospects

Hydrogen continues to gain traction in the UK and today (Jan 17), Keele University has unveiled a new programme that aims to support the growing hydrogen market within the Midlands, UK.

In developing the programme aiming to foster the creation of a new hydrogen economy ion the Midlands, the HyDEX project brings together university partners in the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) with multinational partners to support hydrogen innovation.

Another key aspect is that it will help create a workforce with the necessary skillset required to sustain the hydrogen ecosystem with the infrastructure – a key aspect of the hydrogen economy.

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