Ohio, US power plant successfully blends hydrogen

A gas-fired power plant in Ohio US, had successfully been run with a 5% hydrogen blend, it was revealed today (July 22).

General Hydrogen Corporation’s plant in Proctor, West Virginia supplied Long Ridge Energy Terminal’s 485MW natural gas-fired power plant in Hannibal, Ohio, with hydrogen gas during the test, with a view to utilise 100% hydrogen in its process over time.

H2 View understands that Long Ridge has also responded to the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Request for Information (RFI), after the US Congress approved $8bn for regional hydrogen hubs, including the Appalachian natural gas region.

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