Delivering Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s target of blending up to 20% hydrogen into Britain’s gas networks from 2023 is a key priority of plans aiming to create the world’s first net zero gas network.
Unveiled in April 2020 by the UK’s first gas network operators – National Grid, Wales & West, Northern Gas networks, Cadent and SGN, the major programme, dubbed Gas Goes Green, will speed up the switch from natural gas to hydrogen for the 85% of UK households connected to the gas grids.
Energy Networks Association (ENA), leading the project, today (11th March) confirmed Gas Goes Green continues to progress through the first planning and research step of its six-step pathway and set out the programme’s plans for the rest of 2021.
Putting together detailed plans for how the gas networks will deliver on the government’s target of blending 20% hydrogen in the gas network from 2023 is a key focus.
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