If not now, then when? If not us, then who? It's time to kick-start Britain's hydrogen revolution

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Chris Train of the Gas Goes Green campaign argues the time is right to scale up the UK's green hydrogen industry

As we've seen from the range of hydrogen-related announcements across Europe in the last two weeks, it's clear that the international race to develop hydrogen economies has now well and truly begun...

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