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UK | The Hydrogen economy

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World Hydrogen Leader , Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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I thought the community may welcome a pictorial snapshot of the current state of the nascent hydrogen economy in UK.

Since I started delivering courses on hydrogen ammonia offshore wind three years ago, I've been astonished at the speed of the energy transition.

It’s not even exhaustive and apologies if your area is not represented. They do say that pictures can tell 1000 words. and a selection of images highlights a number of the schemes and regional aspirations.

More are appearing all the time, even my home town of Derby - which has neither the usual port or refinery.

Some are linking together, and some will be delayed, a number are resolving nascent supply chain technicalities in the background.

This snapshot gives a bird’s eye indication of the netzero aspirations as the UK pivots the energy transition and gathers pace.  It will be costly but also represents opportunity:  























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