Jack Richardson, Head of Energy and Climate at Onward writes for Manchester Evening News regarding the UK approach to building a new hydrogen industry. He writes:
“Hydrogen will be a big win for the North. HyNet North West, a carbon capture and hydrogen cluster around Manchester and Liverpool, will provide 6,000 direct jobs and bring £17 billion to the region in investment.
The East Coast Cluster – connecting Tees Valley to Humberside – will add £2 billion of output to the area’s economy and nearly 12,000 direct jobs. Investment and innovation like this is the only way to maintain public support for net zero.”
You can read the full article here.
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