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Levidian announces membership of Hydrogen UK

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Cambridge based climate-tech firm, Levidian has announced its membership of Hydrogen UK – a group of leading businesses driving the progress and uptake of hydrogen across Britain.

Levidian joins Hydrogen UK to help scale hydrogen across the country, with a particular focus on shaping the future of hydrogen categorisation.

Hydrogen has huge potential to transition the world’s energy use. LOOP – Levidian’s rapid decarbonisation device – uses plasma technology to crack methane into its constituent atoms: carbon and hydrogen. The hydrogen produced by LOOP can either be used immediately as part of a blend or stored for future use. The carbon is locked into high-quality graphene, which can support the adoption of hydrogen through the use of graphene-enhanced pipe coatings.

As the market for hydrogen matures, Levidian is particularly focused on ensuring hydrogen categorisation is centred on carbon footprint rather than production method. The government’s Low Carbon Hydrogen Standard is an important step towards this, and Levidian looks forward to working with Hydrogen UK to further develop this and future standards.

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