First Hydrogen blended gas hailed a success in UK: A new report has found that around 100 homes have recieved a hydrogen blended gas and the results have been successful.

In staffordshire, there has been an 18-month trial, hydrogen was injected into a private gas network serving these homes and 30 faculty buildings at Keele University.

Residents of the properties that used the new combination without having to make modifications to their current home equipment reported positive results from their experience.

It is considered to be the first demostration of hydrogen in home this is the so-Called Hydeploy project.

It aims to prove that blending up to 20% of hydrogen with natural gas is a greener alternative to the gas.

“With eight in ten of our homes in the UK heated by natural gas, it is an energy we are familiar with. Adopting hydrogen blending across the gas networks would save carbon dioxide emissions equivalent to removing 2.5 million cars from our roads a, huge step towards net zero.” said Steve Fraser, Chief Executive of Cadent.

“The project has been a perfect fit for Keele University’s sustainability ambitions as an institution and to use our campus as a genuine living laboratory for low carbon and sustainable energy technologies.” Said Keele University Porfessor Mark Ormerod, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Institutional Lead for Sustainability.

To supply hydrogen blended gas to 668 homes on a network operated by Northern Gas Networks, is a larger pilot project at Winlaton, near Gateshead.

First Hydrogen blended gas hailed a success in UK

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