Britain joins the EU, US, Japan, Germany and a host of other countries seeking to be part of the hydrogen economy of the future. There is a growing conversation around hydrogen and how to best harness its potential to secure jobs, show climate leadership, promote industrial competitiveness and drive innovation.
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