North West hydrogen cluster could ‘boost regional economy by £1.6bn’

United Kingdom, Europe

The creation of a North West hydrogen (H2) cluster in England could boost the regional economy by £1.6bn ($2.1bn), create over 2,300 peak jobs, reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and help improve the region’s air quality, according to a new report commissioned by Peel.

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