Working experts in government to run clean hydrogen plan

Working experts in government to run clean hydrogen plan: A new hydrogen working group that aspires to manage the clean hydrogen plan inside government has been initiated by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA).

The ‘Green Gas forum’ has taken the place of the long-conventional ‘Biogas forum’ to reveal the significance of all green gases.

The REA views clean hydrogen, in association with biomethane & other green gases, as vital to decarbonise heat, power, transport & industry, taking on a critical role in transporting net zero emissions in the UK.

The group believes its knowledge in the sector of biomethane, renewable transport, energy storage & flexible power will help clean hydrogen to be free of the regulatory obstacles.

REA Director of Policy Frank Gordon stated: “Earlier this year we published the REA Strategy, a pathway which identifies a range of actions that need to be taken to decarbonise the energy sector. Green and bio-hydrogen, which can deliver zero or even negative GHG emissions, have a long term role to play in delivering net zero – growth in this area is crucial if the government is going to meet its ambitions.

“The ‘Green Gas forum’ will play an important part in pressing for policy change for clean hydrogen, biomethane and other green gases – I’m looking forward to continuing our partnership with our 550 members to press for progress.”

Working experts in government to run clean hydrogen plan

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