Cadent reveals strategy to deliver a hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in the UK

Cadent, the UK’s largest gas distribution network, has today (25th March) outlined a strategy to help deliver a national hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in the UK which could help reduce CO2 emissions from UK heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) by up to 38% by 2030.

The strategy focuses on decarbonising the HGV transport sector, responsible for 20 million metric tons of CO2 annually, with hydrogen playing a critical role in the next few years on the path to net zero.

The report outlines hydrogen as a key decarbonisation option in transport, heat and industry to achieve effective scale in production and distribution to bring down costs.

Read more: Decarbonising the UK’s gas grid with hydrogen 

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