Equinor triples goal for UK low carbon hydrogen production

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Energy giant uses meeting with Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng to unveil expanded plans under Zero Carbon Humber initiative

Norwegian energy giant Equinor has this week revealed it plans to significantly ramp up its investment in the UK's nascent hydrogen industry, unveiling a new goal that triples its ambitions for low carbon...

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