UK Gov supports liquid hydrogen bunkering facility roll-out

More liquid hydrogen bunkering facilities are set to be rolled-out in ports across the globe, thanks to a £30,000 grant from the UK Government.

Leicestershire- based Unitrove Innovation, the manufacturer of what is said to be the world’s first liquid hydrogen bunkering facility for ships, on Wednesday (April 13) said it had received the funds from the Department for Transport, in partnership with Connected Places Catapult.

It is hoped the funding will help both the adoption of hydrogen and cut transportation emissions, as the shipping industry alone accounts for around one billion tonnes of global carbon dioxide emissions.

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