Our Remeha business features in a new National Geographic documentary, ‘Hydrogen, our new energy?’, sharing insights into our pioneering work using hydrogen to heat the built environment.
What possibilities does hydrogen offer as an energy carrier? And what challenges do we need to overcome before it can be used on a large scale? These are the questions at the heart of a new National Geographic documentary, ‘Hydrogen, our new energy?’, set to premiere on National Geographic TV on 22 September.
National Geographic’s decision to include Remeha in the documentary is not surprising: Remeha and BDR Thermea are among the first companies in the world to investigate the possibilities of hydrogen as an energy carrier for heating and to start working with hydrogen-based solutions for heating.
BDR Thermea was the first to demonstrate a high-efficiency hydrogen boiler in a real-life setting and plays an active role in various ongoing research projects exploring hydrogen as an alternative to natural gas in the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands.
BDR Thermea’s pure hydrogen boiler is currently on show and in use at the cutting-edge Hydrogen Experience Centre in Apeldoorn, which also features in the documentary. This training centre teaches installers how to adapt the natural gas supply in residential areas to heat houses with hydrogen.
If you live in the Netherlands, don’t forget to tune in to ‘Hydrogen, our new energy?’ on National Geographic TV at 22:00 (CET) on 22 September.