Tag Archives: hydrogen

A hydrogen production facility is coming to the UK- is the the future of heating?

Three large energy companies have committed to developing a hydrogen production facility in the UK. Neil Schofield, Head of Government...

Heat pumps are “not always suitable for the majority of properties in the UK” – says Worcester Bosch

From the moment that the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) released its ‘Progress Report to Parliament’ in July 2018 it...

Worcester Bosch welcomes CCC’s conclusion that “hydrogen has potentially valuable roles in replacing natural gas”

The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has stated that hydrogen is a viable option for the decarbonisation of heat. Neil Schofield,...

APHC encourages government to back the hydrogen report

The APHC is urging the government to back the ‘hydrogen report’ sooner rather than later. The government’s Committee on Climate...

Hydrogen is a “credible option” to help decarbonise UK energy systems – says Committee on Climate Change

Hydrogen is a credible option to help decarbonise the UK energy system but its role depends on early Government commitment...

HHIC hosting ‘Working with Hydrogen’ workshop

The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) is hosting an industry workshop ‘Working with Hydrogen’, to look investigate ways the...

Worcester Bosch welcomes IGEM as hydrogen standards developer

The Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM) has been chosen by BEIS to develop hydrogen standards for ‘Hy4Heat’. Martyn Bridges,...

IGEM chosen to develop new hydrogen standards as part of £25m government scheme

The Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM) has been chosen to develop hydrogen standards for the government’s £25 million...

Is the hydrogen-powered vehicle market picking up?

IDTechEx takes a look at the future of hydrogen powered vehicles and whether we could be driving them in the...

Is hydrogen the future of domestic heating in the UK?

A “pioneering” new hydrogen project could change the future of domestic heating in the UK, says Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Communication...