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Hydrogen: UK government sees future in low-carbon fuel – but what's the reality?

By Tom Baxter, Honorary Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, University of Aberdeen
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The UK’s long-awaited hydrogen strategy has set out the government’s plans for “a world-leading hydrogen economy” that it says would generate £900 million (US$1.2 million) and create over 9,000 jobs by 2030, “potentially rising to 100,000 jobs and £13 billion by 2050”.

The strategy document argues that hydrogen could be used in place of fossil fuels in homes and industries which are currently responsible for significant CO₂ emissions, such as chemical manufacturing…

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