Since publishing the UK’s National Hydrogen Strategy in 2021, the UK’s twin track approach prioritises both green and blue hydrogen. We have doubled our ambition to up to 10GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030, with at least half of this coming from electrolytic hydrogen, drawing on the scale up of UK offshore wind and other renewables.
This ambition is backed by a live and growing pipeline of over 250 projects. The recent first electrolytic hydrogen allocation round is offering capital support from the Net Zero Hydrogen Fund and revenue support from our Hydrogen Production Business Model to 20 projects, going live as of 2025.
This brings investment opportunities across the value-chain.
Download our Hydrogen Investment Roadmap PDF (1.1MB)opens bit.ly in a new tab to explore further.
But also means you can scale your business by partnering with the over 200 leading companies working on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies - in the UK and across Europe.
With world-leading capability in the production of electrolysers and hydrogen fuel cells, as well as capability across the breadth of hydrogen applications, the UK is also a world leader in CCUS (Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage) to support net zero and energy security across Europe.
Download our CCUS Investment Roadmap PDF (1.1MB)opens bit.ly in a new tab to explore active CCUS projects.
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