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West of England | Hydrogen ecosystem

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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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West of England

South West England and South Wales is to become the UK’s first Hydrogen Ecosystem to lead the development of low carbon energy to help reach climate change goals.

The GW4 Alliance in partnership with Western Gateway have unveiled a new vision for why the area is ready to turbocharge the development of a Hydrogen Ecosystem. This is accompanied by a brand new interactive online map which demonstrates the breadth and scale of hydrogen activity, and how this could power green and inclusive growth.

Low carbon hydrogen generation is recognised as a potential energy solution to help transition to net zero and tackle the global climate change crisis. Hydrogen is currently being trialled as a potential low carbon energy source to power transport, distribution and shipping needs as well as heat our homes and decarbonise industry.  Stay informed with the over 2000 strong experts group: Business Opportunities for the Hydrogen Economy

 

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