UK project receives £20m boost to aid hydrogen journey

The South Wales Industrial Cluster (SWIC) deployment project today (17th March) announced it has been granted nearly £20m ($28m) of funding to support the infrastructure required for a hydrogen economy in South Wales.

This is following the successful completion of Phase One Assessments looking at decarbonisation schemes.

Read more: Hydrogen to play key role in UK’s net zero journey

Phase Two of the project involves engineering studies that will help explore the routes to decarbonisation. This includes both the use and production of a hydrogen supply and would help support what is claimed to be the first CO2 shipping industry.

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