Lobby group head resigns as UK unveils plan for blue hydrogen as transport fuel

Alternative marine fuel is back in the spotlight as the head of a hydrogen lobby group resigns following the launch of UK government plans to produce blue hydrogen, and Maersk has announced a supplier for its methanol-powered containership, due to be delivered in 2023.
According to Chris Jackson, who has resigned as chair of the UK Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Association (HFCA), blue hydrogen production will subsidise the fossil fuel industry into …

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