£900m net zero infrastructure plan proposed by Britain’s gas networks

£900m net zero infrastructure plan proposed by Britain’s gas networks

Plans to invest more than £900m in switching Britain’s gas grid from using methane natural gas to hydrogen and biomethane have been unveiled today by the country’s five gas network operators.

Cadent, National Grid, NGN, SGN, and Wales & West Utilities want to use a proposed £904m investment to develop green gas network infrastructure over the next five years as part of plans for the UK’s economic recovery from the Covid-19 crisis and the country’s long-term decarbonisation policy.

The Zero Carbon Commitment package, part of Energy Networks Association’s (ENA) Gas Goes Green programme, includes plans to invest:

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