There’s incredible focus right now on hydrogen, particularly after it gained a prominent mention in Boris Johnson’s announcement of a Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.
And that’s clearly a great thing. The zero-carbon credentials of hydrogen makes it ideal for the future UK energy mix. It needs to be with us in high volumes by the 2050 net zero deadline.
But why wait to start making big carbon savings when you’ve got another option, greener than fossil gas, and available now. One that’s grown a large fan base in the space of just eight