Why the ‘colour’ of hydrogen is important, by Keele University
Hydrogen has long been identified as a promising option to help us reduce our environmental impact. Professor Mark Ormerod, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost and Institutional Lead for Sustainability, explains how the way hydrogen is created is just as important as how it is used.
Keele leading programme to put the Midlands at the forefront of hydrogen innovation, by Keele University
Keele University is leading a new programme designed to support and foster the creation of a new hydrogen economy in the Midlands.
Tyseley Energy Park to host world-leading ammonia to hydrogen project
The project aims to design, build, commission, and operate the world’s largest and most efficient ammonia to hydrogen conversion unit of its kind. The demonstration unit is based on innovative technology developed by H2SITE and is located at Tyseley Energy Park, a strategic energy and resource hub in the West Midlands
Local governments must take responsibility for clean heat
Net zero energy goals for heating need to be owned and delivered by regional and local governments, according to a new report.