Element Energy has produced four ‘Hy-Impact’ reports for Equinor that outline the opportunity for hydrogen and CCS in the UK net-zero transition. The Hy-Impact series of studies explores the technical and economic impacts of deploying hydrogen and CCS technologies in the UK. It assesses aspects from job creation to emissions reduction, and hydrogen production to its end-use, including complementing renewables in the power sector. The studies were carried out for Equinor, a long-term energy investor in the UK in a broad range of areas and also the country’s largest supplier of natural gas. Emrah Durusut, Associate Director at Element Energy, said “The Committee on Climate Change’s recent net-zero report concluded that developing CCS and low-carbon hydrogen is a necessity, not an option. I am delighted to announce the release of the Hy-Impact series of four reports, outlining the role hydrogen and CCS can play in the UK’s net-zero transition”.
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