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UK hydrogen group joins supply chain taskforce

The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association will look at how energy companies can adapt to aid the transition

Industry body the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (HFCA) has joined a new energy supply chain taskforce to help accelerate the move towards a net-zero economy and develop hydrogen technologies. The taskforce will evaluate how existing energy sector businesses can adapt technologies and skills to help with the transition to a low-carbon economy. It will also provide an amplified voice for the UK energy supply chain at a policy level, according to co-chair Graham Stuart, minister for exports at the Department for International Trade. “The taskforce will be a joint enterprise between industry and government which will guide policymaking” Stuart, DIT “The taskforce will be



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