Hydrogen blending is a ‘costly distraction’

Hydrogen blending is a “costly distraction” that could derail the decarbonisation of heating by “greenwashing” fossil gas and delaying strategic decisions on the future of the gas grid. E3G said the blending of hydrogen into Britain’s gas networks risks “locking in” the inefficient use of hydrogen for domestic heating when it would be much better utilised for industrial processes, aviation and long-duration energy storage in the power sector. 

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