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MISSION ZERO | Independent Review of Net Zero

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By the end of 2023, develop and implement an ambitious and pragmatic ‘10 year’ delivery roadmap for the scaling up of hydrogen production. Government should deliver hydrogen business models as soon as legislation allows and confirm the long-term funding envelope available for hydrogen revenue support, to incentivise timely investment

Deliver the transport & storage business model as soon as feasibly possible. In the interim, government must take a pragmatic approach to support key ‘no regrets’ transport and storage projects, taking steps to enable anticipatory spending and progress these as quickly as possible. 

Government should continue the hydrogen heating community trials, to inform decisions on the role hydrogen can play in heating. Additionally, by the end of 2023, government should update its analysis of the whole system costs of the mass roll out of hydrogen for heating, in order to ensure that the case for economic optimality and feasibility still holds.

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