Boris Johnson must act with the dual goal of “more urgency” to produce so-called low-carbon hydrogen by 2030 in order for the UK to reach its net zero emissions target. Warns the industry group. The British Prime Minister said last year that he was aiming for a low carbon hydrogen production capacity of 5GW in the UK by the end of the decade. Many countries are considering using highly flammable gases that mainly produce water instead of carbon dioxide when burning as a decarbonization method for heavy industry and heating. “For hydrogen to play a full role in helping Britain achieve net zero, we need to target 10 GW of hydrogen production by 2030,” said Edgill, project leader of the Energy Networks Association. I am. Warm the house with hydrogen. The government is expected to announce the long-awaited hydrogen strategy in the coming weeks, and industry groups hope to set more ambitious goals. This strategy involves discussions on key financing mechanisms to stimulate production. Potentially Add additional charges to consumer gas charges to subsidize early low-carbon hydrogen production plans.
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