London will need at least 40TWh of hydrogen to decarbonise heating, transport and power

Capital Hydrogen will today outline its vision on how London can become net zero by 2030.

Capital Hydrogen, a partnership between Cadent, SGN and National Grid Gas Transmission, plans to deliver a transition to hydrogen for gas networks in the East of England, South East and London through a series of projects over the next 15-20 years.

Its hydrogen vision for the capital city and region will be set out at a House of Commons launch event on Wednesday morning (October 19), where the potential benefits and opportunities will be highlighted. These include reducing emissions, generating jobs and skills, boosting future energy independence and offering greater comfort for London’s citizens.

Earlier this year, the infrastructure companies launched a feasibility study for the transition of London’s gas network to hydrogen.

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