Hydrogen: the future fuel to achieve net zero?

THURSDAY 24th february

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H100 is a world-first green hydrogen-to-homes heating network on the Fife coast. Central heating is responsible for up to a third of the UK’s greenhouse gas output: a challenge that must be solved if we are to meet the legally-binding net zero targets set by the UK Government and Scottish Government.

Switching carbon-emitting natural gas for hydrogen, which doesn't produce carbon when it burns, is one of the ways that we can keep homes and businesses warm and safe while making ground in the fight against the climate emergency.

Fife council are supporting SGN who are developing a world-first hydrogen network in Buckhaven and Methil that will bring renewable hydrogen into homes in 2023, providing zero-carbon fuel for heating and cooking. 

Join Jonathan Coppock of Fife Council as his walks you through each phase of the project and how it works. He will reflect on the facts and figures and arm you with the inside knowledge you need on how to roll-out a similar project.

Key take homes

  • Why do we need to decarbonise heat?
  • Overview of the H100 project
  • How close is hydrogen to becoming a mainstream energy source?


Chair: Graeme Fox, Head of Technical, BESA

Graeme is a chartered engineer with over 30 years’ experience of building services engineering. He has particular expertise in air conditioning, heat pumps, and small commercial refrigeration. He ran his own refrigeration and air conditioning contracting business for more than 25 years specialising in air conditioning design, installation and troubleshooting.
He is a former President of AREA – the European association of refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump contractors – and previously served as a member of BESA Council. He is also currently a Director of ACRIB and of the Institute of Refrigeration.


Speaker: Jonathan Coppock, CEng MCIBSE, Mechanical Engineer, Fife Council

Responsible for the mechanical building services design, from inception to completion, of commercial and domestic properties; with the key emphasis on incorporating renewable and energy efficient technologies.