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Hydrogen Sussex Update

Report of the Chair, Greater Brighton Officer Programme Board

Decision:

1)             That the Board notes the work of Hydrogen Sussex over 2021-22, especially supporting funding bids, stimulating local authorities and commercial stakeholders to work together, and helping to develop skills training.  

2)             That the Board notes and supports the proposal to develop a hydrogen investment proposition and strategy for Greater Brighton and the wider Sussex region.

3)             That the Board provides funding of £25,000 for Hydrogen Sussex to develop a hydrogen investment case for the region, from existing Board core funding.

Minutes:

23.1      The Board considered a report of the Chair, Greater Brighton Officer Programme Board that provided an update on developing a city region hydrogen economy in the last year through the work of Hydrogen Sussex. The report also seeks the Board’s approval to a proposed Hydrogen Strategy.

 

23.2      Andrew Swayne endorsed the report recommendations that represented a USP for the Region.

 

23.3      Councillor Lamb supported the report that could be bring real improvement to the air quality and in turn the health of residents in Crawley.

 

23.4      Resolved-

 

1)           That the Board notes the work of Hydrogen Sussex over 2021-22, especially supporting funding bids, stimulating local authorities and commercial stakeholders to work together, and helping to develop skills training.  

 

2)           That the Board notes and supports the proposal to develop a hydrogen investment proposition and strategy for Greater Brighton and the wider Sussex region.

 

3)           That the Board provides funding of £25,000 for Hydrogen Sussex to develop a hydrogen investment case for the region, from existing Board core funding.

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