New Tory party chair pledges to be ‘a voice’ in Government for Sheffield hydrogen specialist The new chair of the Conservative party said a Sheffield hydrogen specialist was a “a great business creating great skilled jobs” and she would urge ministers to continue backing the company. Amanda Milling toured ITM Power and said she would use her new position to be a voice for the firm in Westminster. Last week the government granted £7.5m to a project led by the company to create hydrogen from North Sea wind farms for an oil refinery on the Humber. It has also, with the EU, paid for eight ITM refuelling stations in London and connected the firm with wind farm giant Orsted. ITM Power is building the world’s largest electrolyser factory in Darnall after a £58.8m investment from gas giant Linde.
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