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Pilot project injecting Hydrogen into Gas grid has launched

A project to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network is now underway at Keele University.

The £7 million trial has been funded by Ofgem’s Network Innovation Competition.

Keele University owns and operates its own gas network which supplies a feed to 100 homes and 30 university buildings. This made it a perfect candidate for the trial as it could be isolated from the UK gas network.

It is believed that a 20% hydrogen blend countrywide could save approximately 6 million tonnes of carbon emission each year.

This project could lead the way in hydrogen blending. This means that consumers could drastically cut their carbon emissions without changing a thing.

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Categories: All, Environment, Energy (General)
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