Britain’s national grid will include a project worth $13 million in the north west of England to test how hydrogen could be used to heat homes and reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emission, according to Reuters.

Antony Green, the project director for hydrogen at National Grid said in a statement that such projects are vital to deliver low-carbon energy. The national grid aims to start the project’s construction by 2021 which will be approved by energy regulator Ofgem to begin the trials in 2022.

It is worth noting that Belgium’s gas network operator Fluxy’s is contributing to the project implementation.