UK consortium to develop mobile hydrogen refuelling for construction sites

A UK consortium has secured over £3m ($3.7m) in government funding to develop mobile hydrogen refuelling for construction sites.

The Ryze-led consortium, made up of iGAS, Wrightbus, Skanska, Mace Dragados and Sizewell C, has been awarded £3.2m ($3.99m) from the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero’s Red Diesel Replacement Programme to develop and demonstrate a new suite of production-ready hydrogen refuelling equipment suitable for construction sites.

Planned to be used to demonstrate new technologies at a working quarry site where a “large quantity” of construction machines will be on trial, the trial is hoped to prove hydrogen as a pathway for using low-carbon alternatives to red diesel in construction, mining and quarrying.

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