Green hydrogen trialled at Port Talbot cement factory

Michael Holder
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Hanson UK teams up with Swansea University for research into replacing fossil fuels in cement production

A green hydrogen unit has been installed at an industrial factory for construction materials in Port Talbot, as part of a research project to explore how the zero carbon technology could be used to replace...

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