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Edison looks to introduce hydrogen at Italian thermal power station
© Edison
Edison looks to introduce hydrogen at Italian thermal power station
© Edison

Edison looks to introduce hydrogen at Italian thermal power station

Edison wants to replace natural gas with hydrogen as its thermoelectric power plant in Porto Marghera, Italy.

Scheduled to come online in the second half of the year (2022), the plant is a new generation combined cycle plant, with a total power capacity of 780MW, equipped with high-efficiency turbine using technology designed to be powered by hydrogen.

To support its hydrogen ambitions for the site, Edison on Tuesday (Feb 22) inked an agreement with Eni and Ansaldo Energia to collaborate on a feasibility study for the production of both green and blue hydrogen.

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