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2021 must be the year that we rise to the biggest challenge of decarbonisation

2021 must be the year that we rise to the biggest challenge of decarbonisation

When we last marked Britain’s Green Gas Day, it is fair to say that the landscape around hydrogen and biomethane was very different to the one we are faced today.

Over the course of the last year, hydrogen in particular has gone from being the Cinderella-solution of decarbonisation policy to being front and centre of decarbonisation plans and policies across the globe.

With an extensive, world-leading gas network, huge amounts of offshore wind resource and liquid energy markets, there are few other places as well positioned as the UK to lead that race. And where there is a need for hydrogen, there is also a need for biomethane too, working in partnership together to reach all corners of the country.

But as we look forward to what will undoubtedly another exciting twelve months in the run-up to COP26 in Glasgow, we must not lose sight of why gases like hydrogen and biomethane are such an exciting prospect.

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