The UK’s Net Zero Technology Centre has launched its £10m ($13m) open innovation programme that is aiming to support zero-emission technologies with hydrogen a key focus area for it, revealed today (March 8).
As part of this new programme, businesses from around the globe will be able to apply for a share of £7m ($9m) with a maximum of £1m ($1.31m) awarded for each successful project.
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