A new research and development (R&D) initiative has set out to address the technical barriers to blending hydrogen in natural gas infrastructure and study life-cycle emissions of hydrogen blends.
Known as HyBlend, the initiative has been formed by Southern Company and its Southern Company Gas subsidiary.
Leading the group, Southern Company Gas with work with industry partners, research consortia, academia and national laboratories.
The collective will encompass more than $15m in hydrogen research.
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