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UK Government provides funds to consortium aiming to decarbonise the Port of Immingham with hydrogen
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UK Government provides funds to consortium aiming to decarbonise the Port of Immingham with hydrogen

The UK Government has provided funding to a consortium aiming to establish a low carbon hydrogen supply chain in the Port of Immingham, England.

The funding has been provided through the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition (CDMC) which allocates up to £23m ($31.7m) to 55 projects that explore green alternatives at ports.

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The collaboration between between Associated British Ports (ABP), Siemens Energy UK (SEU), Toyota Tsusho UK (TTUK), Uniper Technologies UK (UTL) and Uniper Hydrogen UK (UHU), will reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of the port through green hydrogen.

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