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Business Energy and Industrial Strategy

Hydrogen Supply Programme

Publication Platform
Business Energy and Industrial Strategy

Publication Date
19 July 2019

Deadline
12:00am, 05 December 2018

Tender ID
TRN 1540/06/2018

Winners
Cranfield University (£4,846,103), Kew Projects Limited (£4,846,103), The Oil & Gas Technology Centre (£4,846,103), Pale Blue Dot Energy (£4,846,103), Progressive Energy Limited (£4,846,103), Wood Group UK PLC (£4,846,103), EDF ENERGY R&D UK CENTRE LIMITED (£4,846,103), Environmental Resources Management Limited (£4,846,103), ITM Power Trading Ltd (£4,846,103), Wood Group UK PLC (£4,846,103), Scotland Gas Networks PLC (£4,846,103), Ecuity Consulting (£4,846,103), INOVYN Enterprises Limited (£4,846,103)

Description
This £20m programme will identify and test innovative approaches to supplying low-carbon hydrogen, and help grow the market. Low carbon hydrogen could play an important role in decarbonising industry, power, heat and transport. However, for a market to grow, potential users (in any application) need to be confident in the supply of sufficient amounts of low carbon hydrogen at a competitive price. The £20 million Hydrogen Supply programme aims to accelerate the development of low carbon bulk hydrogen supply solutions in the above sectors. It is aimed at projects at a technology readiness level (TRL) of 4 to 7, which could result in lower capital or operating costs when compared to Steam Methane Reformer with Carbon Capture & Storage (SMR+CCS), or improve the capture rates at a comparable cost. The programme is now live. If you are interested in applying, please see the guidance document, application form and finance form below. The deadline for potential applicants to register their interest is 21 November 2018, and the deadline to submit proposals is 5 December.The competition is divided into four lots of phases, values as follows Lot 1 - £2m total, up to £500k per project Lot 2 - £2m total, up to £500k per project Lot 3 - £500k total, up to £250k per project Lot 4 - £500k total, up to £250k per project

Note
Please note that where a tender award refers to a framework agreement, the individual values of the award may be shown as the total value of the framework rather than the value of that award to each winner, so for this tender the possible value of the framework to each winner could be £372,777 rather than £4,846,103