Baxi calls on government to manadate hydrogen-ready boilers by 2025

Baxi Heating, hydrogen-ready, boilers, government, Hydrogen Taskforce

Baxi Heating is calling on the Government to mandate hydrogen-ready boilers for all new gas boiler installations by 2025.

Responding to the report from the Hydrogen Taskforce, the company is also calling for £1bn of investment to prepare the UK for hydrogen production, distribution and storage at scale, which will be necessary if the UK is to develop a hydrogen future and meet the net zero carbon target.

The Hydrogen Taskforce brings together ten organisations at the heart of the current and future UK energy system to offer a shared vision of the role of hydrogen in the UK’s transition to net zero. The Taskforce has agreed a collective position on the next steps that must be taken to ensure the UK capitalises on an opportunity to decarbonise heat which accounts for 37% of UK carbon emissions.

The Taskforce published a report called ‘The Role of Hydrogen in delivering Net Zero’ which sets out actions that must be taken by industry and Government over the next five years to scale hydrogen applications, specifically its production, distribution and storage.

Jeff House, head of External Affairs for Baxi Heating, comments: “Baxi and others in the heating industry are preparing to deliver clean heating and play our part in tackling climate change. We now call on the government to match our commitment with a clear message that hydrogen is one of the key solutions to deliver Net Zero by committing £1bn towards readying the UK for hydrogen in the upcoming Spending Review.”

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