UK hydrogen project lays the foundations for a decarbonised construction industry

Hydrogen-fired bricks could be become the building blocks for future end use as the UK Government awards a Sussex-based project £292,000 ($367.855) of funding.

Announced on Tuesday (May 31), members of Hydrogen Sussex and West Sussex-based brick maker, Michelmersh, will work on a project to make and test the ‘world’s first’ 100% hydrogen-fired bricks.

Hybrick, aims to inspire change across the sector by presenting opportunities to help manufacturers decarbonise the production processes.

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