Joining the Hydrogen Taskforce is EDF: The coalition of the UK’s largest organisations that operate in the hydrogen sector Hydrogen Taskforce, has announced that EDF has become its new member.

Working with the government to secure the role of hydrogen in the UK’s future energy mix, the group will also include representatives from EDF’s proposed nuclear power plant Sizewell C in Suffolk

Currently investingating ways of producing hydrogen is EDF using energy from nuclear power and renewables.

Predicted to produce large amounts of green hydrogen and bring flexibility to the energy system is Sizewell C.

“Constant low carbon electricity from nuclear is a great way of producing clean, green hydrogen.” said Julia Pyke, Finance and Economic Regulation Director for Sizewell C.

“If Sizewell C gets the go-ahead, an electrolyser powered by Sizewell B could allow us to make fuel for hydrogen vehicles and plant used during construction.”

“It could also kickstart a whole new hydrogen market in the East of England, including supporting Freeport East.”

“EDF’s joining the Taskforce will add their significant experience, diversity and expertise to this coalition’s work engaging with the UK Government, which is currently devising a UK Hydrogen Strategy.” said Gareth Morrell, Co-Lead on the Hydrogen Taskforce Secretariat.

Joining the Hydrogen Taskforce is EDF:

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