National Grid locates hydrogen stocks to supply gas network in Northeast of US

New York and Massachusetts, US-based National Grid, has said it had located ‘robust’ stocks of hydrogen and renewable natural gas (RNG) that could be used as part of its fossil-free energy strategy for the Northeast of the US.

H2 View understands the company made a request for information (RFI) in May (2022) to locate sources of the cleaner gases to be used as part of its plans to deliver a 100% fossil-free gas networks for customers who do not want to electrify their homes.

According to National Grid, the RFI revealed that at least 33 trillion BTUs will be available over the next three years, which is more than double of the amount needed in 2025.

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