UK’s first 100% hydrogen homes open for public demonstration
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UK’s first 100% hydrogen homes open for public demonstration

The UK’s first homes with appliances fuelled entirely by hydrogen have been officially opened by Anne-Marie Trevelyan, the UK Energy Minister.

The site, at Northern Gas Networks’ (NGN) innovation site in Low Thornley, Gateshead, sees two semi-detached homes that have been constructed by gas distributers Cadent and NGN with support from the Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

It is expected that this site will be utilised as an opportunity to provide the public an experience of a zero-emission gas-fuelled home of the future.

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