FCS Associates

Net Zero Hydrogen Fund

The aim of the Net Zero Hydrogen Fund (NZHF) is to provide capital expenditure (CAPEX) and development expenditure (DEVEX). This will support the commercial deployment of new low carbon hydrogen production projects during the 2020s.

Your project must address low carbon hydrogen production opportunities and must focus on construction of new low carbon hydrogen production facilities.

We expect credible projects to utilise one of the following hydrogen production types:

  • electrolysis
  • methane reforming
  • gasification

We want to fund a portfolio of projects, across this competition, based on:

  • geographical location
  • project scale and replicability
  • project cost and funding available
  • project timescales
  • hydrogen production technology type
  • hydrogen production commercial readiness
  • alignment with and contribution to wider cross-economy decarbonisation
  • environmental impacts
  • use of additional low carbon electricity
  • affordability considerations, for example, longer term cost to the taxpayer
  • projects awarded funding through related BEIS and UKRI competitions
  • offtaker type.

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Location: UK

Value: £200k - £3m

Deadline: 6 Jul 2022

Date Added: 26 Apr 2022

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Net Zero Hydrogen Fund - FCS Associates

Net Zero Hydrogen Fund

The aim of the Net Zero Hydrogen Fund (NZHF) is to provide capital expenditure (CAPEX) and development expenditure (DEVEX). This will support the commercial deployment of new low carbon hydrogen production projects during the 2020s.

Your project must address low carbon hydrogen production opportunities and must focus on construction of new low carbon hydrogen production facilities.

We expect credible projects to utilise one of the following hydrogen production types:

  • electrolysis
  • methane reforming
  • gasification

We want to fund a portfolio of projects, across this competition, based on:

  • geographical location
  • project scale and replicability
  • project cost and funding available
  • project timescales
  • hydrogen production technology type
  • hydrogen production commercial readiness
  • alignment with and contribution to wider cross-economy decarbonisation
  • environmental impacts
  • use of additional low carbon electricity
  • affordability considerations, for example, longer term cost to the taxpayer
  • projects awarded funding through related BEIS and UKRI competitions
  • offtaker type.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: £200k - £3m

Deadline: 6 Jul 2022

Date Added: 26 Apr 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
Net Zero Hydrogen Fund - FCS Associates

Net Zero Hydrogen Fund

The aim of the Net Zero Hydrogen Fund (NZHF) is to provide capital expenditure (CAPEX) and development expenditure (DEVEX). This will support the commercial deployment of new low carbon hydrogen production projects during the 2020s.

Your project must address low carbon hydrogen production opportunities and must focus on construction of new low carbon hydrogen production facilities.

We expect credible projects to utilise one of the following hydrogen production types:

  • electrolysis
  • methane reforming
  • gasification

We want to fund a portfolio of projects, across this competition, based on:

  • geographical location
  • project scale and replicability
  • project cost and funding available
  • project timescales
  • hydrogen production technology type
  • hydrogen production commercial readiness
  • alignment with and contribution to wider cross-economy decarbonisation
  • environmental impacts
  • use of additional low carbon electricity
  • affordability considerations, for example, longer term cost to the taxpayer
  • projects awarded funding through related BEIS and UKRI competitions
  • offtaker type.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: £200k - £3m

Deadline: 6 Jul 2022

Date Added: 26 Apr 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants