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

The UK Government has launched a new scheme today (Jan 12) that will support innovative technologies that convert biomass and waste into hydrogen as a means to bolster the domestic hydrogen economy.

With the Government to provide £5m ($6.82m) in funding, the new programme showcases the commitment of the UK in order to accelerate the hydrogen adoption within the nation by providing an avenue to produce the clean energy carrier in large quantities.

This also reduces the amount of pollution and strain on landfill sites with, by introducing waste-to-hydrogen technologies in the future, waste could be converted into clean fuel.

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