Joining the group is National Grid Gas Transmission, Progressive Energy, RWE, GHD, Bosch, BayoTech, Kiwa, Kellas Midstream, Morrison Energy Services and Green Hydrogen Solutions.

With the new partners joining the organisation, HUK has increased its membership to 33 in total providing a basis to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen within the UK.

This could support domestic businesses in transitioning to the clean energy carrier whilst also giving hydrogen a voice within policymakers.

As a result, it is expected that hydrogen will grow in popularity across the UK.

Clare Jackson, CEO of Hydrogen, said, “We are delighted to welcome our new Members to Hydrogen UK and to our collective pursuit of cleaner energy. As the industry’s largest representative body, we are confident in the future of hydrogen and the role it has to play in our society.

“We have little time to halt the course of climate change which is why it is essential for business and Government to continue to work together to create a sustainable energy system.”

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