Green light for next phase of HyDeploy

The next phase of the HyDeploy project is set to begin in August, after being given the go-ahead by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). On 23 July, Northern Gas Networks (NGN) announced that Winlaton, Gateshead, will become the first community to receive hydrogen blending through the public natural gas network after the green light […]

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Ofgem targets greater coordination in developing offshore energy networks

Ofgem has released a consultation on changes that aim to deliver greater coordination in the development of offshore energy networks. Published on 14 July, the consultation falls under the Offshore Transmission Network Review (OTNR) and covers three of its four workstreams: early opportunities, pathways to 2030 and multi-purpose interconnectors. With 40GW of offshore wind targeted […]

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The New Anglia “Hydrogen Hub” – a Different Type of Cluster

It is clear that another energy carrier will be required to deliver the 2050 Net Zero emissions target. Hydrogen is increasingly seen as playing a complementary but essential role beyond low-carbon electricity in decarbonising the economy, also supporting a more flexible, resilient, and integrated energy system. Against this background, global commitment to the deployment of […]

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