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Hydrogen Hub welcomes the Clean Growth Plan

Hydrogen Hub welcomes the Clean Growth Plan

The much-anticipated Clean Growth Strategy was published today by the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy. The document lays out the Government’s ambitions to cut emissions while keeping costs down for consumers, creating good jobs and growing the...

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Hydrogen Cars land at Lydiard Park

Date: Wednesday 23 August 2017 Location: Luxborough Room, Lydiard House, Lydiard Park Hydrogen Hub invites businesses and the public to the Hydrogen Hub Car Showcase. Taking place on Wednesday 23 August the event will feature a variety of hydrogen vehicles displayed...

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Hydrogen Hub Car Showcase

Date: Wednesday 23 August 2017 Location: Luxborough Room, Lydiard House, Lydiard Park Register here The Hydrogen Hub Car Showcase will be an opportunity for businesses to learn about hydrogen fuel cell cars as well as to ride in and explore the vehicles themselves....

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Viva l’Hydrogene

Emmanuel Macron’s new French Government are speeding ahead with ambitions to implement hydrogen mobility, acknowledging that the potential for hydrogen share into the zero emission mobility has been “largely underestimated”. The French Minister of Energy...

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Fuel cells: closer to commercial readiness

The National Grid released its Future Energy Scenarios this month, a publication which aims to encourage and inform debate, leading to changes that ensure a secure, sustainable and affordable energy future. Included in this document was a consideration of...

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Join us at Edie Live 2017 – 23,24 May 2017

Join us at Edie Live conference 2017, a two-day exhibition and conference dedicated to energy, sustainability and resource efficiency professionals, taking place at NEC, Hall 12 on the 23, 24 May 2017. Clare Jackson, Hydrogen Hub Manager will speak at the event on...

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Fuel cells: getting out of the pre-commercial trap

Original article for The Ends Report by Kevin Fothergill, Chair of Hydrogen Hub The UK’s fifth carbon budget is a broad and ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 57% of 1990 levels by 2032. The technologies that will contribute most to this will be...

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