Danish energy firm Ørsted has joined the Hydrogen Taskforce, a growing cross-industry coalition that wants to establish 100 hydrogen stations in the UK by 2025 and the UK Government to commit £1bn towards hydrogen projects.
The Taskforce was officially launched in Parliament in March, in what was a historic moment in the unfolding of the UK’s hydrogen story.
Aiming to secure investment and support for hydrogen in the UK to enable the country to become a world leader in hydrogen, the Hydrogen Taskforce will align a wide range of stakeholders including government, industry and an informed public with the aim of driving investment in hydrogen to promote its large-scale deployment.
Joining the coalition this month (December), Ørsted said it joins the Taskforce at a critical juncture in the coalition’s work, as it steps up its work to advise the government.
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