Aberdeen organic waste-to-hydrogen project gets £220k grant

UK: The project aims to commercialise the production of hydrogen from several biodegradable waste streams including food, manure and wastewater

by Maxine Perella
University of Aberdeen library
The University of Aberdeen has been awarded £220,000 in government funding to research producing hydrogen from organic waste. Photograph: Bill Harrison/Geograph.org (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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