Customers positive about being part of UK’s first grid-injected hydrogen pilot

Customers involved in the UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes and businesses aren’t noticing any differences to their supply.

Now well into its pilot period, HyDeploy is yielding positive results and for the first time Cadent is shedding light on the views of those using the gas.

The groundbreaking green energy demonstration is supplying a blend of up to 20% hydrogen by volume with natural gas to 130 homes and faculty buildings at Keele University in Staffordshire.

The project is demonstrating that a blend of up to 20% hydrogen can reduce climate-damaging carbon emissions from heating the nation’s homes, while at the same time enabling customers to use their gas supply as normal, without any changes needed to gas appliances or pipework.

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