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.
Professor Joe Howe looks back at 2020 and gives his predictions for 2021. As I look back on 2020, I see a rollercoaster. It wasn’t a year any of us wanted or planned, but it has highlighted the importance of the green economy and the role hydrogen can play. Lots of positives came out of […]
Professor Joe Howe, executive director of the Thornton Energy Research Institute at the University of Chester, and Chair of the North West Hydrogen Alliance, looks back the latest webinar hosted by the Alliance. Recently we hosted a webinar looking at decarbonising industry in the North West, and the role hydrogen can play in it. We […]
‘Public attitudes to hydrogen and Net Zero’ report launched today The North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA) is today calling for the formation of an independent Net Zero body to lead the introduction of hydrogen and other Net Zero technologies to the general public. This is the key recommendation from its report ‘Public attitudes to hydrogen […]
The North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA) has welcomed five new members, taking its total number of members to more than 20. This will make it the largest regional membership body dedicated to hydrogen. The new members are ABB, AXIS, Bilfinger and Uniper. They will support NWHA’s mission of driving the hydrogen economy in the North […]
Early in October the HyNet project took a significant step forward with the announcement of the award of a Carbon Dioxide (CO2) storage licence for Eni. HyNet is an integrated, full-chain hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) project that aims to transform the energy landscape of NW England and North Wales. It will decarbonise […]
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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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