Calls for regulatory framework to allow hydrogen blending in gas infrastructure in Australia

The Australian Government has received calls from the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) to make changes to the national and retail regulatory frameworks to allow the blending of hydrogen and renewable gas into existing gas infrastructure.

In its final report for a hydrogen and renewable gas review, AEMC has proposed recommendations and accompanying draft rules which it claims are critical steps toward the development of a national hydrogen and renewable gas industry.

It is hoped the recommendations will pave the way for setting up national regulatory frameworks to safely supply hydrogen blends and renewable gasses to appliances in homes and businesses, coming in support of Australia’s emission reduction plans.

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