Dominion exploring hydrogen integration into Utah gas distribution system
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Dominion exploring hydrogen integration into Utah gas distribution system

Dominion Energy is advancing its utilisation of hydrogen as a clean energy source with its first pilot project, based in Utah, US, looking to blend hydrogen into gas distribution systems.

The American power and energy company announced on Monday (19th April) it is exploring several projects that use hydrogen for clean electricity, renewable storage, transportation and manufacturing as it looks to decarbonise sectors and achieve net zero emissions.

The first pilot project is currently underway at the company’s training academy in Utah where the blending of 5% hydrogen in a test system is being used to learn how hydrogen works in gas lines and appliances.

With further knowledge and data from the tests, Dominion is hoping to blend hydrogen into a larger system that currently services more than one million gas utility customers in Utah.

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