North West Hydrogen Alliance expands its ranks to increase hydrogen proficiency

The North West Hydrogen Alliance has expanded its ranks with four new members dedicated to accelerating hydrogen adoption in north west England.

The group, which is supporting the HyNet North West project, has welcomed Fichtner, Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), Powerhouse Energy, and Swagelok to its alliance which now has a total of 30 members.

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