Going underground: Gravitricity and VSL tout novel UK green hydrogen storage plan

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Partnership between two firms could see hundreds of purpose-built, underground hydrogen stores developed to help fuel the green economy of the future

Gravitricity has joined forces with infrastructure giant VSL Systems UK to draw up designs that could potentially see hundreds of purpose-built, underground hydrogen stores developed across the UK...

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