Is Hydrogen the Future of Net-Zero Home Heating?
Here’s a post from Guardian that includes the following elements:
- Hydrogen is being touted as a potential solution for net-zero home heating.
- The gas industry is pushing hydrogen hard, but there is still much uncertainty around its use.
- Hydrogen is not a silver bullet and should not distract from other efforts to reach the 2050 energy target.
- The cost of producing hydrogen is currently high, but it could become more affordable in the future.
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