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- Jan 22, 2023 8:07 am GMT
HyDeploy has previously delivered a successful trial demonstrations of repurposing existing UK distribution gas networks (Keele University) to operate on a blend of natural gas and hydrogen (up to 20% mol/mol) showing that carbon savings can be made through the gas networks today whilst continuing to meet the needs of gas consumers without introducing any disruptions.
The ultimate objective of the HyDeploy programme is to see the roll-out of hydrogen blends across the GB gas distribution network, unlocking 35 TWh pa of low carbon heat - the equivalent of removing 2.5 million fossil-fuelled cars off the roads.
To achieve this, the next phase of the programme is to address the remaining evidence gaps that had not been covered by the trial demonstration programmes.
The demonstrations have focussed on the low and medium pressure tiers of the gas distribution network (i.e., injecting into a 2 bar gauge pressure network and distributing the blended gas down to the low pressure network and into people’s homes and commercial buildings and businesses) and predominantly serving domestic appliances.
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