Equinor and Cadent fire up plans for hydrogen town

James Murray
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New partnership to explore plans to convert a town in Lincolnshire to run on low carbon hydrogen gas

Gas giants Equinor and Cadent have today thrown their hat into the ring in the race to develop the UK's first hydrogen town, announcing a new partnership to explore the potential to convert a town near...

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