UK backs seven hydrogen production projects with £21m

The UK Government has earmarked over £21m ($26.6m) for seven low-carbon hydrogen production projects for use in transport and industry.

Ranging from Suffolk to Shetland, the projects are expected to boost the UK’s hydrogen production capacity by 800MW and have been slated to deliver hydrogen to companies across industries – from pharmaceuticals to automotive.

Among the projects are HydraB Power’s Suffolk Hydrogen, Exolum’s Tees Valley Hydrogen, as well as bp and Aberdeen City Council’s Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub.

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