Enabling or requiring hydrogen-ready industrial boiler equipment: call for evidence

Closes 14 Mar 2022

Opened 20 Dec 2021

Overview

Hydrogen-ready industrial boilers have the potential to help industry decarbonise and kick start the UK hydrogen economy. They can run on fossil fuels today but are designed for subsequent conversion to hydrogen, enabling industry to transition to a low carbon future.

The call for evidence covers these main areas:

  • how hydrogen-ready should be defined
  • whether hydrogen-ready boiler equipment would enable cheaper and faster fuel switching
  • whether government should take action to encourage hydrogen-ready boiler equipment
  • the role of the supply chain and how best to maximise the economic opportunities for the UK

We want to hear from a broad range of groups, including but not limited to:

  • industrial sites
  • original equipment manufacturers for industrial boiler equipment
  • other participants in the supply chain for industrial boiler equipment
  • Energy Service Companies with an interest in hydrogen
  • gas suppliers, and other companies with an interest in hydrogen
  • non-governmental organisations, academics, and members of the public with an interest

Read the Call for evidence document on GOV.UK.

Give Us Your Views

Audiences

  • SMEs (small and medium businesses)
  • Large businesses (over 250 staff)
  • Multinational businesses
  • Trade bodies
  • Medium business (50 to 250 staff)
  • Micro business (up to 9 staff)
  • Small business (10 to 49 staff)
  • Oil and Gas
  • Low carbon technologies
  • Manufacturing
  • Technology (R&D)
  • Installer
  • Universities
  • Scientists
  • Universities
  • Research Councils
  • Science Policy organisations and thinktanks
  • Researchers
  • Innovation community
  • Thinktanks
  • Freelance researchers
  • Regulator
  • Non-Government Organisations

Interests

  • Economic growth
  • Science and society
  • Science (STEM) skills
  • Innovation
  • Research
  • Industrial strategy
  • R&D
  • Oil and Gas
  • Distributed energy and heat
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy and climate change
  • Energy efficiency
  • University
  • Oil and gas
  • Security and resilience
  • Distributed energy and heat
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy and climate change
  • Carbon budgets
  • Carbon offsetting
  • Emissions
  • Climate change
  • Growth