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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