DNV, PIL to collaborate on hydrogen blending in India

A newly revealed collaboration has set out to integrate hydrogen into gas network assets in India to support the country in its efforts towards decarbonising its economy.

The independent energy expert and assurance provider, DNV, said on Thursday (July 14) it will provide technical advice and support to Pipeline Infrastructure Limited (PIL) on the integration of blended hydrogen into its gas trunkline assets in India.

PIL has said its initiative is one of the first hydrogen blended related projects in the Indian transmission space which aligns with the Indian Government’s National Hydrogen Mission which was unveiled in 2021, targeting five million tonnes of hydrogen production by 2030.

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