The UK’s nascent hydrogen economy celebrated a major milestone this week, when a 1MW boiler was fired up with the low carbon fuel at a test centre in Rochdale, Greater Manchester. The pilot project is expected to provide evidence for how carbon-intensive industrial plants around the UK can be converted from fossil fuels to hydrogen, marking a major milestone in the UK’s pursuit of net zero emissions, according to project lead Progressive Energy.
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Britain’s natural gas network operators set out a strategy for delivering the U.K.’s first hydrogen-heated town by 2030. The Hydrogen Network Plan published Thursday follows Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s commitment to harnessing the clean fuel’s potential in his November 10-point plan for a “Green Industrial Revolution.” Enthusiasm for hydrogen is booming, with many countries seeing it key to decarbonizing some of the most polluting sectors.
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