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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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hydrogen for heat. 

The project is the first of its kind to employ a direct supply of clean power to produce hydrogen for domestic heating – putting Levenmouth at the forefront of the clean energy revolution. 

The system will be designed and built to ensure the same high safety and reliability standards expected from the current gas system. An on-site storage unit will hold enough hydrogen to ensure supply won’t be disrupted during even the coldest weather conditions.  

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Matt Chester on Jan 4, 2021

If hydrogen were freely and readily available (esp green hydrogen), then this heating application would certainly be a homerun-- but I worry about the efficiency of creating hydrogen solely for the application rather than moving towards electrification for heating instead. What do the numbers look like on a big scale when you look at that? 

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