Partners target low carbon hydrogen production in Bradford

Gas distributor Northern Gas Networks (NGN) has partnered with clean energy pioneers Hygen Energy Holdings (Hygen) and Ryze Hydrogen to work on an ambitious low carbon hydrogen production and dispensing facility in Bradford, UK.

NGN, the gas distributor for the North East, Cumbria and much of Yorkshire, is carrying out the project in a joint venture with the two companies which are, respectively, the hydrogen production and distribution businesses established by clean energy pioneer Jo Bamford.

The project will be built on NGN’s decommissioned gas storage site of Bowling Back Lane in central Bradford and aims to deliver one of the UK’s largest low carbon hydrogen production facilities.

The site will also have on-site refuelling for hydrogen vehicles, EV charging, and a low carbon technology education centre.

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