Unitrove bags hydrogen bunkering grant in UK

Clean energy technology company Unitrove has been awarded £30,000 (€36,000) Transport Research and Innovation Grant (TRIG) from the UK government to develop its mobile unit for liquid hydrogen bunkering to fuel zero-emission ships.

Unitrove first presented its mobile unit at COP26 in 2021, and in December 2021, announced a development partnership with cryogenic gas processing equipment producer Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries’ Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (CE&IG). The grant was awarded by the Department for Transport in partnership with Connected Places Catapult, and Unitrove will use it to help develop the bunkering unit commercially. TRIG grants were introduced by the department to foster innovation in the transport sector.

Tags: Bunkering, Hydrogen, Liquid Hydrogen, UK, Unitrove
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