UK Government awards funding to 22 organisations to support waste-to-hydrogen technology

The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has today (August 4) announced 22 organisations will receive up to £250,000 ($303,850) in funding as part of its Hydrogen BECCS Innovation Programme Phase 1.

Offering a total of £5m ($6.08m) in funding the BEIS programme aims to support the development of technologies to produce hydrogen generated via BECCS, a process which produces hydrogen from biomass and waste with the ability to capture and store carbon released in the process.

Read more: UK Government launches new £5m scheme to support innovative waste-to-hydrogen technology

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