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UK could lead world in hydrogen – Xodus

Nation must develop its offshore wind resources and incentivise both green and blue hydrogen

The UK has the chance to be a world leader in hydrogen production provided it develops its offshore wind resources and incentivises both green and blue hydrogen production, according to a report by consultancy Xodus entitled “The UK - the Global Hydrogen Centre”. The report comes ahead of the imminent publication of the UK’s hydrogen strategy, which will reportedly differ from the EU and German strategies in putting more of a focus on blue hydrogen. “The technology in both green and blue hydrogen is sufficiently developed to enable world-scale projects to be planned, but is also immature enough to enable UK engineering and technology firms to optimise and refine the processes,” says Kent M



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