The argument for a new UK green hydrogen hub

The Freeport East green hydrogen hub

Source: Freeport East

A new report suggests that the UK’s Freeport East could become a new centre for transport decarbonisation, especially when it comes to green hydrogen.

The report reveals how Freeport East can facilitate the international partnerships and investment necessary for a green hydrogen hub to support maritime and wider transport sectors.

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