UK Could Replace 30% of Its Natural Gas With Hydrogen in Effort to Curb Climate Change

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A new study has shown that the UK could replace almost a third of the natural gas it consumes with hydrogen and cut carbon emissions by up to 18%. Natural gas is used for heating and cooking in both residential and business in the UK. 

Hydrogen is a carbon-free fuel that could replace natural gas in many instances with no changes to existing infrastructure to boilers and ovens. The research was done by Swansea University who investigated how much natural


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