Kier and Protium to conduct feasibility study on hydrogen transport potential

Kier Highways is working with Protium to conduct a feasibility study examining if its highway depots can be powered using green hydrogen.

The UK-based infrastructure services and construction provider aims to achieve Net Zero targets by 2030, and create a blueprint for future depots.

The study is due to be completed by the summer and will explore how hydrogen and fuel cell technology can complement other renewable energy sources to fuel its existing fleet, depots and equipment in its business.

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