Why in the world should we be concerned about hydrogen? The answer comes from utility companies and can be summed up in two words: hydrogen blending.
Gas companies across the country are proposing to blend hydrogen gas with methane to burn in our gas-burning furnaces, boilers, stoves, water heaters and other home appliances.
If you use gas in your home, you’ll want to know: Is hydrogen potentially more leak-prone than methane? Why might it require that we buy new furnaces, boilers, and stoves? How would hydrogen blending contribute to climate change?
For answers to these and other questions about hydrogen in the home, join Physicians for Social Responsibility for a webinar on Zoom: “Hydrogen Pipe Dreams: Why Burning Hydrogen in Buildings is Bad for Climate and Health.”
Wednesday, July 20, at 2 p.m. CDT.