UK hydrogen projects to receive share of £25m govt funding

Two UK projects using hydrogen fuel cell technology are set to benefit from a share of £25m ($32m) government funding.

ULEMCO has been awarded £1.9m ($2.4m) to deliver an operational prototype zero emission ambulance for Yorkshire Ambulance Service using a fuel cell electric range extension.

The prototype will be tested around the Sheffield area where the hydrogen will be sourced at publicly available stations.

INOES Automotive has been received £124,000 ($159,000) towards a project assessing the feasibility and production of a hydrogen fuel cell powered 4×4, including the vehicle requirements, system design and component supply.

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