The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has highlighted two different energy scenarios that demonstrate how the UK could decarbonise heat to meet its 2050 climate change targets.
Converting gas grids to hydrogen would "fundamentally change" the economics of carbon capture and storage (CCS), a senior figure at Northern Gas Networks has claimed.
George Day sets out ETI's thinking around the whole system appeal of CCS technology.
CCS is struggling for a future in the UK. Network explores its value to the challenge of decarbonising heat via the gas grid.
The government's pause for thought on Hinkley should trigger a rethink about support for CCS too, says George Day.
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