hydrogen

New research shows that British public prefer ongoing use of gas to heat pumps

New research conducted by YouGov on behalf of the trade body Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) shows a marked contrast between the level of support for net zero and endorsement for heat pumps as a route to help get there. One in ten people (10%) surveyed across the UK want to use a heat pump […]

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No hydrogen town pilot until after 2026 – Government confirms

The government has decided not to progress work on a hydrogen town pilot until after 2026. In a letter to Gas Distribution Networks, BEIS (Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy) stated that a future decision will be made in the future, after strategic decisions on the role of hydrogen in decarbonising heat. This follows […]

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GES and Provaris to develop new hydrogen import facility at Port of Rotterdam 

Global Energy Storage (GES) and Provaris Energy Ltd (Provaris) have entered a collaboration agreement to develop a gaseous hydrogen import facility at the GES terminal in Rotterdam.  GES is developing a multi-client, multi-product terminal in Rotterdam, able to import both refrigerated ammonia and compressed hydrogen, with redeliveries into barges, rail, truck and the H2 grid […]

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Low heat pump uptake in UK – Report finds

The number of heat pump installations by December 2023 was less than half of planned projections, while uncertainty regarding the role of hydrogen in home heating is hampering investment and effective planning, a new National Audit Office (NAO) report has found. Home heating represents 18% of UK greenhouse gas emissions. Government sees heat pumps as […]

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Ammogen launches project to turn ammonia to hydrogen

On Tuesday 12 March, consortium partners gathered at Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) to mark the launch of the world’s largest and most efficient ammonia-to-hydrogen conversion project. The project will deliver 200kg per day of transport-grade hydrogen. The innovative project will use ammonia as a vector for transporting hydrogen globally, developing a novel ammonia cracker and […]

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