A project at the University of Manchester has received funding from the UK Government to innovate a novel hydrogen separation technique to recover hydrogen fuel from waste, a potentially groundbreaking development for the country’s clean energy sector.
The government funding will enable the University of Manchester to collaborate with Powerhouse Energy Plc to pioneer and validate a new, inexpensive, and cutting-edge hydrogen separation method to recover hydrogen for clean energy use efficiently. Extracting hydrogen fuel from waste will help to safeguard the UK’s energy security in such a volatile period globally.
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