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© Loughborough University

Loughborough University partners with Bladon to develop hydrogen-fuelled micro turbine gensets

A new hydrogen fuelled micro turbine generator will be developed by the UK’s Loughborough University with Bladon to promote hydrogen adoption, revealed today (Nov 25).

Using the Bladon’s micro turbine gensets (MTGs), it is expected that clean, reliable power will be provided to telecom sites and other challenging applications worldwide.

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