''Ready to go': Britain's gas networks seek approval for £900m net zero infrastructure plan

BUSINESS GREEN | Energy Networks Association plan touts major push to harness hydrogen and biomethane to heat homes and businesses.

Britain's gas networks have today unveiled proposals to invest over £900m in developing net zero infrastructure over the coming five years as part of the UK's coronavirus recovery efforts, with a major focus on ramping up the use of biomethane and hydrogen for heating, cooking, industry, and transport.

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