UK CMA raises ‘greenwashing’ concerns about hydrogen-capable boiler messaging

A report by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has raised concerns about “greenwashing and misleading messaging” about hydrogen-capable boilers.

The CMA has warned that incomplete or inaccurate information about hydrogen use risks making it harder for consumers to make an informed decision.

Coming as the UK Government plans to make a decision on using a 20% hydrogen blend in gas networks to heat homes from 2025 later this year, the report raises concerns surrounding the messaging about hydrogen capable boilers.

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