The North West of England has the industry, infrastructure and innovation to make hydrogen energy a reality.
The North West Hydrogen Alliance brings together some of the UK’s most influential organisations developing the region as the UK’s primary hydrogen economy.
Take a look at the hydrogen projects happening in the North West
Following the success of the inaugural hydrogen showcase event, held at the Heath in Runcorn, the North West Hydrogen Alliance will be bringing stakeholders together again to discuss how the North West can collaborate to deliver pioneering hydrogen projects that set the standard for the UK and contribute to meeting our net zero goals.
Net Zero North West
The North West Hydrogen Alliance is a key partner in Net Zero North West – the organisation driving industrial decarbonisation in the region, which aims to become the UK’s first net zero carbon industrial cluster by 2030.
A key part of the North West’s decarbonisation approach is the work taking place to develop a hydrogen network in the region.
A new report reveals how the North West could build on world leading plans for local low carbon hydrogen production and use by also pioneering low carbon energy imports through ramping up Britain’s use of ammonia. The report, ‘The role of ammonia in the North West hydrogen economy’ by the North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA), […]
In the latest report from the NWHA we look at the potential role of ammonia in delivering a hydrogen economy in the North West. Read the report here NWHA Ammonia & International Hydrogen FINAL
Ellesmere Port in the North West could be home to the UK’s first ‘hydrogen village’ in a project that’s critical to helping solve the global climate crisis. Up to 2,000 properties in the Whitby area of the town would stop using natural gas for heating and cooking, and instead use hydrogen. The proposal, put forward […]
Congratulations to our chair Professor Joe Howe who’s made it into Insider North West’s first Green Power List. https://www.insidermedia.com/news/north-west/first-ever-green-power-list-revealed
Richard Barker, Development Director at Peel NRE – part of Peel L&P – considers whether the current colour coding of hydrogen is actually stifling innovation. Green, blue, brown, yellow, turquoise and even pink. There is a whole rainbow of hydrogen colours. That doesn’t mean there’s actually a visible difference between different types of hydrogen – […]
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Whether you’re an academic wanting to share your research or a business keen to support the use of hydrogen in the region, we want to hear from you. Get in touch to see how you could get involved.
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