Keele University has a long been involved in hydrogen research and innovation. Using the campus as a living laboratory, the HyDEPLOY trial demonstrated that a blend of 20% hydrogen could be used in the heating network.
Keele is today involved in numerous hydrogen and energy initiatives, applying its expertise to real world situations to develop practical solutions.
Through the HyDEX project, Keele will draw on this expertise and infrastructure to produce green hydrogen on site using a PEM electrolyser during periods when there is an excess of energy production from the on site energy park.
Read more about the demonstrator projects at Keele University.
Contact Julian Read at Keele for more information about the university’s hydrogen facilities.