'No strong local support': Government rejects plans for Whitby 'Hydrogen Village' trial

Stuart Stone
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'No strong local support': Government rejects plans for Whitby 'Hydrogen Village' trial

Government insists talks on-going with alternative proposal to develop 2,000-home 'Hydrogen Village' on Teesside, after Cheshire project is shelved

Plans for the UK's first "Hydrogen Village" trial received a major blow this week, after gas distributor Cadent confirmed its plans for a hydrogen gas network in Whitby, Cheshire had not been selected...

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