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Clean hydrogen blended into New South Wales, Australia, gas network for the first time
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Clean hydrogen blended into New South Wales, Australia, gas network for the first time

New South Wales (NSW), Australia, has seen clean hydrogen blended into its gas networks for the first time under a two-year trial revealed today (Nov 18).

This is a significant development not just for NSW but for the wider Australian hydrogen ecosystem with clean hydrogen now set to be utilised for cleaner use with homes and households.

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Hydrogen blending within the gas network is part of the wider aim to build on NSW’s hydrogen strategy; Jemena, the energy infrastructure company responsible for the gas blending, is supplying hydrogen from its $15m Western Sydney Green Hydrogen Hub.

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