HyDeploy @ Keele – your questions answered
Recently, the HyDeploy team were thrilled to have such a strong attendance at our webinar, with around 200 people logging in and a stream of engaging questions. In fact, we received so many that we’ve had to produce this blog and the next one to try to meet demand. There is such huge interest in this [...]
Huge interest in HyDeploy Webinar
Around 120 people attended an online webinar on 20 May to hear a project update on the UK’s first domestic hydrogen demonstration. Andy Lewis of Cadent introduced the event and a project overview was provided by Dr Chris Manson-Whitton of Progressive Energy Ltd. Prof Zoe Robinson of Keele University also updated us on the latest [...]
HyDeploy – A love story
It’s a classic tale of attraction, separation and the struggle to be reunited. Don’t worry, there’s a happy ending. Progressive Energy’s Tommy Isaac, Principal Engineer on the HyDeploy project, takes up the story….. On Wednesday October 30th 2019 at precisely 1:15 pm, Keele University became the first gas network in the UK to transport hydrogen [...]
Net Zero Domestic Heat is postponed but still very much on its way
Andy Lewis, Cadent Project Manager for HyDeploy at Keele University, uses the lockdown to take stock of where we’ve got to, how we got there and where we’re going next. Since I first headed to Keele University back in early 2016 to ask them if they would be interested in becoming involved in a hydrogen [...]
HyDeploy in the News
HyDeploy has been getting lots of attention in the national and international media this year with radio interviews on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, CNN’s European channel, The Times, The Guardian and many more.
UK’s first grid-injected hydrogen pilot gets underway
Ground-breaking UK hydrogen trial underway at Keele University First time zero carbon hydrogen has been injected in the UK’s modern gas grid 20% hydrogen/natural gas blend can cut CO2 emissions without the need to change gas appliances The UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes […]
Grid Entry Unit passes with flying colours
The HyDeploy project has successfully completed a key milestone ahead of go-live at Keele University later this year; testing of the UK’s first ever Hydrogen Grid Entry Unit (HGEU).