The case against Hydrogen blending

The case against hydrogen blending: A costly distraction. Building the UK’s hydrogen economy needs a more strategic approach The UK government is exploring whether to permit a hydrogen blend of up to 20% in the gas grid. It is set to make a decision later this year on whether to allow blending in order to function as a “sink” for early clean hydrogen production, helping reduce investment risk for producers until there is an established end-market for this clean gas. In this new briefing, E3G warns against this decision: highlighting risks for household bills and net zero targets. Hydrogen blending could […]

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