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Carbon Neutral – Why the UK may become a ‘hydrogen economy’… by Peter Dixon

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Carbon Neutral – Why the UK may become a ‘hydrogen economy’…

Suddenly, Carbon Neutral is all over the news. And the papers are talking about a ‘hydrogen economy’. Why the excitement when 2050 is a long way off? Nearly everyone is aware of the rise of electric vehicles (EVs), but not many are aware of the huge changes required in the way we heat our buildings and power our industry. And underlying these needed changes is a transformational decision required on whether to switch to a ‘hydrogen economy’ – and either switching off the gas network or re-purposing it to transport hydrogen. This ‘Insight’ is derived from a review of published reports publicly available from a variety of sources, and a list of key reports is given at the end of the document

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