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Wales & West Utilities to use bioSNG with 1pc hydrogen from October

UK gas distributor Wales & West Utilities will start injecting 1pc hydrogen into its gas network in Swindon in October. The utility has received clearance from the UK Health & Safety Executive to move ahead with the project to use bio-synthetic natural gas (bioSNG), which has a hydrogen content of 1pc. BioSNG is a renewable gas generated by waste-to-energy projects. “The 2020s must be a decade of delivery, where we put the research and development work that has been done on hydrogen into practice,” says Sarah Williams, Wales & West Utilities’ director of regulation and asset strategy. “This project will help support ambitious plans across the UK to convert villages to hydroge



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