Today, most domestic heating systems run on natural gas or other fossil fuels. Decarbonizing the heat infrastructure poses challenges, but hydrogen puts forward a green solution. Hydrogen can be transported via the natural gas infrastructure or produced on-site from solar and wind to provide clean heating and cooling. In buildings, a hydrogen boiler can generate heat; in industry, furnaces can run on green hydrogen or derived fuels.
Advantages: Heating with green hydrogen equals zero CO₂ emissions. The current natural gas infrastructure can be used. Seasonal storage is possible.
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