GAIL begins ‘first-of-its-kind’ Indian hydrogen blending project

India has started blending hydrogen into a City Gas Distribution (CGD) network as the nation begins to ramp up hydrogen adoption and accelerate its decarbonisation efforts.

Being led by GAIL, the “first-of-its-kind” project in India could be a major breakthrough for the nation’s hydrogen industry and could push for further implementation of hydrogen blending projects across India.

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