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Gasunie successfully injects hydrogen into subsurface storage
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Gasunie successfully injects hydrogen into subsurface storage

Gasunie is accelerating development of salt cavern storage with the successful completion of injecting hydrogen into subsurface storage.

Based in the Netherlands, Gasunie is hoping that the first of its salt cavern storage could be fully operational by 2026 with the clean energy carrier seen as a key aspect of decarbonising various industries.

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By creating large-scale hydrogen storage, it allows the systems to cope with the imbalance between supply and demand for energy.

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