UK injects £400m in 11 green hydrogen projects
The UK Government will inject £400 million into 11 major green hydrogen projects over the next three years.
Energy Security Secretary Claire Coutinho announced the initiative, which aims to boost the country’s green economy and create more than 700 jobs.
The government is offering a guaranteed price for the clean energy supplied, further supporting the UK’s ambition to deploy up to 10GW of low carbon production capacity by 2030.
Companies involved include Sofidel in South Wales, InchDairnie Distillery in Scotland and PD Ports in Teesside.
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