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What is needed to deliver carbon-neutral heat using hydrogen and CCS?

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Matt Chester on Dec 6, 2021

 Fuel poverty is a major issue that affects a significant portion of people in the developed world, with the lack of affordable heat being a key determinant of excess winter deaths.

Glad to see this highlighted-- the problem is one that requires careful consideration because of the wide devastating impacts that can happen if heating is overlooked as being as essential as it is

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