UK's 'first' green hydrogen plants among winners in £90m funding boost

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One of the projects will seek to harness offshore wind power in Grimsby to produce hydrogen | Credit: Mat Fascione / Lincs Offshore Wind Farm / CC BY-SA 2.0
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One of the projects will seek to harness offshore wind power in Grimsby to produce hydrogen | Credit: Mat Fascione / Lincs Offshore Wind Farm / CC BY-SA 2.0

Several green hydrogen production plants across the North of England and Scotland among host of energy projects to secure BEIS funding

Europe's "first ever" green hydrogen production plants, a clutch of smart home energy schemes, and efforts to switch carbon intensive industry to run on renewables are among projects sharing in a £90m...

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