White Paper 3 -A Greener Gas Grid: What Are The Options?
There are an estimated 2.8 million km of gas transport pipelines globally supplying energy for heating and cooking.
The Sustainable Gas Institute’s third White Paper reviews evaluates the overall potential for decarbonising the gas network, including the use of biomethane and hydrogen in existing gas infrastructure.
It examines the options for creating low carbon gas networks, exploring the technical issues, as well as the decarbonisation potential and costs associated with each option.
If you are interested in reading a summary, please download our briefing note.
First author, Dr Jamie Speirs describes the findings from the report in this video.
There is also a video from the launch event with panelists.
· Professor Jim Watson, Research Director, UK Energy Research Centre
· Dan Sadler, Project Manager of the H21 Leeds City Gate team
· Dr David Joffe, Team leader at the UK Committee on Climate Change