NGN set to study future hydrogen storage designed to support the grid

Northern Gas Networks (NGN) has been awarded £300,000 ($380,219) to initiate two feasibility studies to secure Net Zero energy.

Funded via the Strategic Innovation Fund (SIF), the studies will examine hydrogen storage mediums and how gas, water and power networks can collaborate to support regional decision-making for low-carbon infrastructure.

The Production and Long-Term Containment of Hydrides (PATCH) study will examine the feasibility of hydrogen storage, working with Teesside University and Frazer-Nash Consultancy to understand the chemical hydride market.

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