Could hydrogen heating resuscitate CCS?

By The Wildcat 11 August 2017
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The Mongstad CCS project in Norway. (TCM) The Mongstad CCS project in Norway. (TCM)

A drive to decarbonise the UK heating sector could offer a glimmer of hope to advocates of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

Cadent Gas, a spin-off from National Grid, is planning a pilot project serving Liverpool and Manchester that will see heating systems belonging to industrial users converted to run on hydrogen rather than methane. Some household heating systems will also be converted to run on a mix of methane and hydrogen.

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