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New state-of-the-art UK facility to research low-carbon tech including hydrogen

New state-of-the-art UK facility to research low-carbon tech including hydrogen

Heriot Watt University has been awarded £20m ($28.2m) as part of a wider £166.5m ($234.5m) UK Government cash injection to construct a research unit to study decarbonisation technology – including hydrogen.

The new state-of-the-art facility will research several green technologies that supports the government’s 10-point plan for a green revolution.

This includes hydrogen, decarbonisation infrastructure, carbon capture, usage and storage.

Read more: UK PM backs hydrogen in his 10-point green plan

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