Hydrogen is remarkable. The lightest and most abundant of all elements, it is non-toxic, non-corrosive and, when used as a zero-carbon fuel, emits nothing but water vapour and warm air. It is destined to play an important role in the decarbonisation of the world’s economies. But how do we move from hydrogen theory to hydrogen reality?
The whisky industry has been quick to recognise the potential for green hydrogen to reduce its carbon footprint.
Leading green hydrogen firm Protium has drawn up plans to decarbonise a renowned Scottish distillery.
Budweiser Brewing Group has announced plans to use green hydrogen in order to decarbonise operations at its Wales brewery.
Renewables firm Protium has secured a location in North East England to build a 40 megawatt (MW) green hydrogen project.
Global energy services firm Petrofac has penned a strategic partnership with a leading UK green hydrogen company.
Green hydrogen firm Protium has announced a handful of new board appointments to support its accelerating strategic plans.
Bosses from all corners of the energy sector have shared their thoughts on the UK Government’s flagship Hydrogen Policy.
Renewable hydrogen firm Protium Green Solutions has announced plans to expand its footprint north of the border.