The use of a renewable form of hydrogen will be outlined in Barrow later this month.

Organised by the Barrow and District Association of Engineers (BDAE), Eric Adams of Carlton Power will host a lecture about the Barrow Green Hydrogen Project on Thursday, March 21.

Taking place at 7:30pm, the lecture will focus on Kimberly-Clark's new use of hydrogen made with renewable energy in their boilers, thereby reducing their dependence on natural gas.

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This project has received Government funding and will be an early example of this approach for decarbonisation.

It is expected to be complete in approximately two years, with the lecture giving a key insight into what the future holds for the sector.

You can listen to the session at the Forum on March 21 and, if you would like more information, you can or contact