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© Wärtsilä
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© Wärtsilä

Michigan, US power plant to trial hydrogen fuel blend

A project to test hydrogen blended fuel to reduce carbon-emissions of power plant operations in Michigan, US, has been announced today (May 30).

Wärtsilä, WEC Energy Group, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and Burns & McDonnell, have been contracted to carry out the hydrogen fuel testing at the A.J. Mihm power plant in Michigan, US.

The project, supporting WEC’s ambitions of reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 80% by 2030, plans to see the 55MW plant run on a fuel blend of 25 vol.% hydrogen and natural gas, using Wärtsilä’s 50SG engine.

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