Delivering hydrogen to the mobility sector to keep the UK moving

Hydrogen is set to play a major role in helping us reach net zero with the Climate Change Committee predicting we will need 250 TWh of hydrogen by 2050.

The transport sector accounts for around 20% of all greenhouse gas emissions in the UK and has a significant impact on the environment. Working in partnership with EET Hydrogen, we are developing a Hydrogen Transport Hub at the Stanlow Manufacturing Complex which will supply low carbon hydrogen to the transport sector to help reduce emissions and improve air quality.

Whereas electrification will be a major part of the solution for decarbonising domestic cars, hydrogen will be needed for longer journey fleet vehicles, HGVs and return-to-base vehicles like buses and waste trucks. Hydrogen could also be used in rail, shipping and aviation.

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Front end engineering and design (FEED)


Hydrogen Transport Hub operational