Martyn Bridges outlines why hydrogen could the heating fuel of the future
There is a lot of talk in government – not just in ours, but across the world – on decarbonisation. On how we can remove or reduce carbon emissions from our energy usage. Steps are already being taken, for example in transport, where electric and hybrid cars are more common and accessible. However, there is one essential part of everyone’s life that is proving more difficult – heat and hot water. The main area that installers make their living. Now there is no simple answer to what replaces gas in the long term, but it is looking more and more likely that hydrogen gas could and should be a good replacement fuel. Let’s take a closer look…
More of this article can be found in the April/May edition of Installer on pages 66-68
About the author
Martyn Bridges is the Director of Technical Communication and Product Management at Worcester Bosch, the leading manufacturer of boilers in the UK. He has been working at the company for over 30 years, having first joined as a Technical Service Engineer in 1986.
Martyn represents Worcester Bosch on a number of industry panels including the Society of British Gas Industries, OFTEC, the HHIC, the Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers and the Institute of Domestic Heating Engineers.
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As the discussions on decarbonisation raging on, Worcester Bosch’s Martyn Bridges outlines why hydrogen could be the heating fuel of the future, and what this means for current and future installers.