IGEM welcomes Gas Goes Green programme for UK networks

The launch of a major new programme to support the gas industry’s transition to net zero in the UK has been welcomed by the Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM).

Gas Goes Green, spearheaded by Energy Networks Association (ENA), builds on the recent successes of UK gas network operators to remove fossil-based natural gas from the system, driving the move towards zero and low carbon sources, such as hydrogen and biomethane.

Read more: Gas Goes Green: The network plan to deliver net zero

The eventual conversion of the UK’s gas networks to green sources will be critical to the country’s climate change efforts, as gas provides four fifths of total energy demand at peak times.

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