Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements, and it may be critical in providing a route to net zero. In this event, we explore the role of hydrogen in
Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements, and it may be critical in providing a route to net zero. In this event, we explore the role of hydrogen in our net zero economy, looking at the barriers to its large-scale production, and if it has a role to play in decarbonising home heating or whether it should be reserved for hard-to-abate sectors.
– The Rt Hon Lord Callanan, Minister for Climate Change and Corporate Responsibility (invited) – Cllr Izzi Seccombe OBE, Leader, Local Government Association Conservative Group – Andy Manning, Principle Economic Regulation Specialist, Citizens Advice – Dr Angela Needle, Director of Strategy, Cadent Gas – Patrick Hall, Senior Research Fellow, Bright Blue (Chair)
– What are consumer attitudes towards the role and responsibilities of individuals, government and business in achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions? – How familiar are consumers with hydrogen-based solutions to decarbonisation? – Should hydrogen-based solutions to decarbonisation be reserved for hard-to-abate sectors? – How can the UK scale up the production of hydrogen? – Should hydrogen heating in homes be encouraged, and if so, how can the UK foster greater uptake? – What are the infrastructure and supply-side challenges to hydrogen heating in homes? – What are the consumer barriers to hydrogen heating in homes?
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