The Greater Manchester Electrochemical Hydrogen Cluster

Building a more sustainable future

GMEHC aims to speed up the development and adoption of electrochemical hydrogen technology in businesses across Greater Manchester.

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The Greater Manchester Electrochemical Hydrogen Cluster

GMEHC aims to speed up the development and adoption of electrochemical hydrogen technology in businesses across Greater Manchester.

Real-life strategy to reach your goals.

Supporting Manchester’s ambitions to be net zero by 2038, GMEHC allows businesses to access the research, the expertise, and the facilities to develop and adopt clean, efficient electrochemical hydrogen technologies.

Hydrogen has the potential to become a leading source of energy — it can be used for heating, powering vehicles and industrial processes.

As it’s cleaner and more efficient than fossil fuels, it could have a major role to play in reaching Net Zero environmental targets.

Led by Manchester Metropolitans University and in partnership with the University of Manchester, the Royce Institute, and the National Physical Laboratory, this innovation accelerator programME is funded by Innovate UK.

There are two areas of the programme, research and development for larger businesses and capacity building for small to medium-sized businesses.

Are you a small- to medium-sized business?

Register your interest to gain support with market analysis, developing green products and services, and preparing for change

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Why should I be involved in GMEHC?

– Unique opportunity to power your business with the knowledge, the support, and the technology to become Net Zero ready

– Build the connections that will future-proof your business

– Take action on what climate change means for your business

– Get innovation ready to take your ideas further

– Contribute to putting Greater Manchester at the core of internally leading research and development