Thames Estuary releases hydrogen route map that could unlock £3.8bn GVA

With the UK hydrogen ecosystem gaining significant traction in recent weeks, Thames Estuary has released its hydrogen route map today (Oct 26) that could generate £3.8bn ($5.24bn) gross value added (GVA) by 2035.

The hydrogen route map identifies various key areas for the value chain including where demand, supply, distribution and storage opportunities all exist for hydrogen.

This could prove vital in decarbonising the estuary whilst additionally growing the hydrogen ecosystem in the region.

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