September 2021, Vol. 248, No. 9


Making Hydrogen Work for UK’s Commercial Buildings

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor   The provision of heat, hot water and heat for cooking in homes and businesses accounts for more than 35% of the U.K.’s energy consumption, according to BEIS. Today, 23 million homes are connected to the gas network, around 90% have boilers for space and water heating and about half have gas hobs and fires.    While domestic heat makes up more than half of the U.K. heat demand, commercial and industrial properties’ space heating, hot water and heat for cooking account for more than a quarter. Therefore, any conversion from natural gas to hydrogen in the national and local pipeline grids must cater to larger-scale commercial and industrial heating.

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