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Hydrogen Valley | Midlands UK

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Global Hydrogen Advisor and Trainer , Charley Rattan Associates

Charley Rattan, Advising and informing the global energy transition. Charley heads Charley Rattan Associates, a team of seasoned trainers and advisors driving forwards the energy...

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What is the Hydrogen Valley?

Low carbon hydrogen will play a significant role in the future energy mix, be vital for the UK’s energy security, and offer the potential to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors such as industry and heavy transport, as well as be considered for residential heating alongside electrification.

The Hydrogen Valley programme is one of many hydrogen initiatives and is an important element of the development of hydrogen at a national level due to its key location across the middle of England.


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