UK Gov supports hydrogen storage projects with new funding announcement

The UK Government is supporting new energy storage technologies that can utilise stored energy as heat, electricity or as a low-carbon energy carrier like hydrogen, with £7m ($9.5m) of new capital announced today (Feb 23).

24 projects across the country will benefit from the boost that will support the UK government’s commitment to reach net zero with the transition to clean, renewable energy alternatives.

Greg Hands, Energy and Climate Change Minister, said, “Driving forward energy storage technologies will be vital in our transition towards cheap, clean and secure renewable energy.

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