- May 10, 2020 7:18 am GMT
With the Government having invested £160 million into hydrogen projects, the EAC will be considering the opportunities to maximise continued development and effectiveness, and the challenges faced by industry in delivering greater capacity.
Existing resources in the UK puts it at an advantage for incorporating hydrogen in the energy mix at scale. For instance, the UK has the largest offshore wind capacity and an extensive gas network, making it able to distribute and handle gases, and to produce ‘green hydrogen’ via electrolysis using electricity generated from offshore wind or possibly small modular reactors.
Dr Massey and I revisit hydrogen:
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