HyDeploy completes successful hydrogen blend trial

HyDeploy has taken a further step towards injecting zero carbon hydrogen into the UK’s gas network following the successful completion of the Phase 1 trial at Keele University.

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The trial initially began in October 2019 and looked to blend hydrogen into Keele University’s private gas network, hoping to supply a blend of up to 20% hydrogen, by volume, with natural gas to 100 homes and 30 faculty buildings at the university in Staffordshire.

During the trial period, customers in the area used existing appliances without having to make any changes allowing hydrogen to seamlessly power the homes utilities.

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