UK falls from leading position on hydrogen policy, says new report

The UK is falling behind in the global race for hydrogen investments, a report by the Energy Networks Association (ENA) and Hydrogen UK has said.

The International Hydrogen Progress Index report showed the UK, ranked 2nd in the world for hydrogen policy progress in 2021, had fallen behind to 8th in 2023.

According to the report, despite the doubling of its low-carbon hydrogen production targets to 10GW, the UK has been slow to finalise policies and supporting mechanisms, with timelines slipping and “no major projects progressing to final investment decision (FID).”

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