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New UK HFCA think tank to explore nuclear energy’s role in large-scale hydrogen production
New UK HFCA think tank to explore nuclear energy’s role in large-scale hydrogen production

New UK HFCA think tank to explore nuclear energy’s role in large-scale hydrogen production

A new think tank launched by the UK HFCA today (March 21) will explore one of the high potential methods of producing hydrogen, through nuclear power.

Hydrogen produced by electrolysis powered by a nuclear power plant is regarded as pink hydrogen and could be used to create large quantities of the clean energy carrier for various different industries.

Read more: Nuclear energy could produce affordable hydrogen for Europe
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Nuclear derived hydrogen being explored for UK gas grids

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