Plans for a UK-wide network of hydrogen stations that would reduce the cost of hydrogen by more than 20% have been unveiled today (26th Jan).
A new deal between UK geoscience and geospatial products firm Getech Group and H2 Green will see the two companies locate, rank and build a network of large-scale hydrogen generation, storage and refuelling hubs, around a model that represents a shift from higher-cost, on-demand hydrogen production, to a system designed around surplus storage and optimised cost.
Getech said it will develop proprietary workflows that use real-world data to predict patterns of hydrogen use and identify potential hydrogen hub locations.
This data-driven approach underpins H2 Green’s plan to deliver a low-cost national network of reliable clean hydrogen for the UK.
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