Mixing methane gas and hydrogen for a green home supply

Trials will begin in less than 3 years in the north of England, in the cities of Liverpool and Manchester, to test a new blending of methane gas and hydrogen for home supply.

The project will cost £600m and forms part of the UK government’s plans to improve its carbon footprint.

Current infrastructure and most existing boilers, cooking equipment, etc. cannot handle 100% hydrogen but can handle a blend of 20%.