'Green gas': UK's first hydrogen homes open to the public

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Energy Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan officially opening the new hydrogen homes
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Energy Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan officially opening the new hydrogen homes

Gateshead test site debuts the first homes to make use of hydrogen for heating and cooking

A semi-detached on the outskirts of Gateshead is an unlikely setting to spark revolution but two new homes, built at Northern Gas Networks' innovation site in Low Thornley, may stake a claim for achieving...

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