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A project to decarbonise the cold chain in the UK using hydrogen

The University of Nottingham is looking to develop dual-use energy storage technology capable of supplying hydrogen to a fuel cell and generating direct cooling for refrigeration applications. 



The University of Nottingham in the UK will start a project to develop a new energy storage technology to reduce CO2 emissions in the UK cold chain. According to the ...

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