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Why Hydrogen is the future
19
Oct

Why Hydrogen is the future energy source

Why Hydrogen is the future energy source When Elon Musk tells you that hydrogen powered cars are “mind-bogglingly stupid,” you know that they must have a future.  Admittedly, he has been saying that since at least 2013. I presume, because he wants to promote his battery electric Tesla cars.  That’s not to say that battery electric power is not an important medium-term solution to limit emissions from cars.  However, when…

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Is Hydrogen the route to Net Zero?
11
Oct

Is Hydrogen the route to Net Zero

Is hydrogen the route to Net Zero? Hydrogen is not an energy source like natural gas, rather it is a carrier of energy, somewhat like a battery.  It does not occur naturally in usable quantities, but has to be manufactured.  There are seen to be four main applications for hydrogen: Transport - road, rail, and shipping Heating Electricity generation Industrial processes Transport Cars and Vans By 2035 at the latest…

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Heat Pumps the low emissions Solution
05
Oct

Heat Pumps the low emissions Solution

Heat Pumps the low emissions Solution Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) and Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs) are seen by many as the low emissions solution and the future for the heating and cooling of buildings, both domestic and commercial. In the same way a refrigerator extracts heat from its contents and expels it into the room, heat pumps use the same principle to take heat from the air or…

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20
Jul

Is Hydrogen Safe as a Fuel?

Hydrogen; who says it is unsafe or is not low emissions? Is Hydrogen safe as a fuel? In a recent lecture on the future of the automotive held at Loughborough Grammar School, a senior academic stated that hydrogen was not a serious contender as a fuel for vehicles in the future.  Two reasons were given.  First, although burning hydrogen did not result in greenhouse gas emissions the electricity used to…

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Green Electricity Tariffs dissected
31
Jan

Do green electricity tariffs reduce your carbon footprint?

Do green electricity tariffs reduce your carbon footprint? If you’re reading this blog, you may have responsibility for your organisation’s sustainability strategy or carbon reporting. If so, the answer to the question in the title may have a big impact on what carbon emissions you report. If the electricity is coming from the grid, then the short answer to the question is: No - Green electricity tariffs do not reduce…

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