Renewable Gas

Renewable energy is simply energy that comes from natural sources or processes that are constantly replenishing.  For gas, that can be from biomethane, which is generated from repurposing naturally occurring agricultural waste or from hydrogen, which is generated through the process of electrolysis or steam methane reforming.

Biomethane and hydrogen blending into the natural gas network is already underway across Europe, demonstrating the potential that exists to further ‘green’ the gas that heats homes connected to the natural gas network already, and trails are already underway in the UK to provide full hydrogen gas solutions to homes using the gas infrastructure.

To find out more please see the NI GNO Pathway to Net-Zero.