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The government has set a target for the UK to be net zero by 2050. That means reducing harmful CO2 emissions by 100%. Those emissions come from burning fossil fuels like coal, diesel and fossil gas – to power our industries, run our cars and lorries and heat our homes and businesses. We have to find new ways – greener ways – to do these things. This is what we are doing...
Over one third of CO2 emissions come from heating our homes and offices so decarbonising heat is a major issue for the UK to address. We are working on ways to achieve this and believe that the best way to keep customers warm whilst enjoying the flexibility of gas with minimum disruption, is to use the existing network to deliver greener gases like biomethane and hydrogen. They work just as well as fossil gas but without the CO2 emissions, in fact hydrogen produces zero emissions.
We fully support renewable electricity from wind and solar to meet lots of the country’s energy needs but it is now well understood that if we are to reach 100% carbon reduction, hydrogen will be essential to heat our homes, fuel heavy transport and power industries.
The great thing about hydrogen is that it doesn't produce any CO2 emissions when used, so no green house gases. It can be used for heat, power and even fuel for large vehicles like HGVs. And it can be delivered through our existing gas network, keeping customer disruption to a minimum.
Along with zero carbon energy sources such as hydrogen, solar and wind power, biomethane, is one of the sustainable energy sources that could allow for a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
Manufactured from coal and consisted of Hydrogen, Carbon monoxide, Methane and Carbon dioxide.
Naturally occurring fossil fuel consisting of Methane, Ethane, Propane and other gases. Fossil gas was introduced into the network to replace Town gas.
Biomethane (a biogas produced from anaerobic digestion) was first injected into our gas network (at Didcot) in 2010. Over time, more and more biomethane connections are being made to the network.
Following the government's decision on the UK heat strategy, we seek to blend 20% Hydrogen (H) into the network.
Our network would look to move to 100% hydrogen, with the Hydrogen production becoming "greener" over time - Green H is Hydrogen derived from renewables.
We’re involved in several hydrogen projects in partnerships with the energy sector.
The three main areas we lead on are blending, industrial power and decarbonising heavy transport.
We are actively exploring how and where Hydrogen will be blended into our networks in the future and exploring the processes needed for the connection of Hydrogen producers to our networks. If you require any information to support your interest in hydrogen production or blending, please contact us here email@example.com.
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