Testing begins on “world’s first” hydrogen-powered domestic boiler

The “world’s first” hydrogen-powered domestic boiler is being tested in Rozenburg, the Netherlands.

Developed by smart thermal comfort solutions manufacturer BDR Thermea Group, this groundbreaking boiler burns pure hydrogen that has been produced by wind or solar energy, without releasing any CO2.

As part of the pilot, initiated by gas network provider Stedin, the hydrogen boiler has been installed in a boiler room alongside an existing conventional natural gas boiler.

Stedin is using an existing regulator pipeline to supply the hydrogen, demonstrating that the existing gas network is suitable for carrying hydrogen.

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