Hydrogen to replace natural gas by the numbers
There's been a lot of talk recently about hydrogen as a replacement for natural gas. The scheme is to gradually add H2 to the natural gas grid, with the H2 being made from water using "excess" renewable electricity when it's available. But ultimately, there are people who think we should have pure hydrogen supplied to our homes instead of natural gas, using the same piping and distribution network that we have now. In this article, Paul Martin debunks most claims made supporting hydrogen as a replacement to natural gas.
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