Macquarie consortium to buy controlling stake in Britain's gas network from National Grid

Michael Holder
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National Grid's climate goals cover its scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions | Credit: National Grid
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National Grid's climate goals cover its scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions | Credit: National Grid

Investors eye major role for hydrogen in decarbonising UK's gas and energy system after deal valuing business at £9.6bn

An investor consortium led by Macquarie is eyeing an expansion of hydrogen's role in Britain's gas grid to help ready the network for the net zero transition, after agreeing to snap up a controlling stake...

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