Hydrogen Boilers Axis Hydrogen Ready | Combi Boiler Hydrogen Production Built in Britain System Design & Installation Net Zero Carbon Full installation from just: £3300 inc. or £69 per week We recommend this system for energy independence & net zero emissions Online estimate Axis Hydrogen Generator | Fuel Cell Hydrogen Production Built in Britain System Design & Installation Net Zero Carbon Full installation from just: £4500 inc. or £90 per week We recommend this system for energy independence & net zero emissions Online estimate Over the next 5 years hydrogen will be added to the gas grid, but that does not mean that you need to have a hydrogen-ready boiler straight away. Modern boilers are able to accommodate up to 20% hydrogen which will be the first phase of the transition. It is likely to take around 10 years for industry to achieve adequate hydrogen production, storage and distribution levels to make any higher level a realistic option. When hydrogen is widely available, UK homeowners will need to have hydrogen-ready boilers. If their boiler is relatively modern this should be able to be achieved with a simple and low-cost modification, but older boilers may need to be replaced with hydrogen-ready boilers which can run on 100% hydrogen without modification. These boilers will be able to run on natural gas, or a natural gas-hydrogen 80:20 blend, but when hydrogen is widely available they will be able to work on 100% hydrogen. Boiler manufacturers such as Baxi and Worcester Bosch have already developed hydrogen-ready boilers and are calling on the government to mandate that all new boilers installed from 2025 be hydrogen-ready. What we are doing: At Axis Plumbers | Heating our trained engineers are receiving the latest training and certifications by working closely with the boiler manufacturers. Our engineers are themselves inventors and we are developing our own "in house" hydrogen fuel cell generators to work with the hydrogen ready boilers being developed - this gives YOU (the customer/end user) independence from the constraints of the current conventional gas network.