The government has laid out its plans for reaching net zero by 2050, including new EV charging funding, a review of the frequency of Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions and green finance and innovation commitments.
Excess solar and wind could generate between 60-80GW of renewable hydrogen, helping Britain to avoid future energy supply crunches.
Onshore wind and solar energy need to be increased in South Wales to enable a net zero energy system in the region by 2050.
Industry urges government to set 'clear ambition' for green hydrogen in mixed bag of Hydrogen Strategy responses
Current± has compiled the responses of leading industry figures to the government's Hydrogen Strategy, released yesterday.
For the UK to reach net zero, delivering hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects at scale will be “essential”, according to a new report from Aurora Energy research.
The government is today (17 August) publishing its Hydrogen Strategy, detailing its plans to achieve 5GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030.
The government has issued a call for evidence as it looks to advance to building the first advanced modular reactor (AMR) demonstrator in the UK.
National Grid ESO’s Future Energy Scenarios (FES) 2021 outline four different, credible pathways for the future of energy in Britain, details the transformation of the energy mix and flexibility, the residential sector and the transport sector.
'Significant' cost reductions needed for green hydrogen as grid-connected electrolysers deemed more costly
Green hydrogen production costs in Europe could fall to between €2 (£1.72) and €2.5/kg, but hydrogen produced by grid electricity will drive up costs.