Findings of the National Infrastructure Commission that there is no public policy case for hydrogen heating – Baroness Sheehan.
My Lords, I declare at the outset that I have a biomass boiler, which came with the house I live in—but, honestly, we are trying to get rid of it. It takes trees between 44 and 115 years for sequestration of carbon. The lower estimate takes us well beyond 2050, the upper beyond the lives of anyone born today. So clearly biomass is not renewable within the timeframe needed to tackle climate...
Does the Minister agree that trees decompose only once they are felled?
Liberal Democrat Peer
Entered the House of Lords on 26 October 2015