UK government backs hydrogen innovation with £80m in funding

The UK Government has announced it will inject over £80m ($101m) to help companies cut carbon emissions using hydrogen as an alternative.

Kellogg’s goal of using hydrogen to fuel cereal making processes will be backed by over £3m ($3.7m) of investment, whilst Annadale Distillery will move towards a low carbon future with £3.6m of government investment in new thermal heating technology.

The funding was announced by the Minister for Energy Security and Net Zero, Graham Stuart, and it marks the government’s latest move to boost the UK’s energy security.

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