Cranfield University is leading an international collaboration to examine the potential for low-carbon hydrogen to be the clean fuel of the future.
The HyPER project (Bulk Hydrogen Production by Sorbent Enhanced Steam Reforming) will construct a state-of-the-art 1.5 MWth pilot plant at Cranfield University to test an innovative hydrogen production technology that substantially reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) Energy Innovation Programme has provided £7.5million funding.
The project also involves US-based research and development organisation GTI and Doosan Babcock, a specialist in delivery of low-carbon technologies. The project centres on a novel hydrogen production technology invented by GTI.Read More
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