'Simply uneconomical': Hydrogen could hike heating bills by 90 per cent, report warns

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'Simply uneconomical': Hydrogen could hike heating bills by 90 per cent, report warns

Government urged to 'listen to the economics and science' ahead of making final decision on whether to back wider roll out hydrogen heating systems

Replacing fossil gas with hydrogen in home heating systems could result in energy bills almost doubling over the coming three decades, new research has warned. A report produced by energy consultancy...

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