The UK’s largest industrial region is one step closer to realising its net zero goal after a bid for government funding was approved to launch Zero Carbon Humber (ZCH) Partnership’s decarbonisation plan.
With the project gaining governmental aid, it has moved closer to spearheading the hydrogen revolution in the UK, expecting to become an example for other industrial zones across the UK to replicate.
The partnership’s plan could help the region reach net zero by 2040 through low carbon hydrogen, carbon capture and carbon removal technology.
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