PGNiG unveils $7.4m hydrogen programme

Poland’s state-run gas company PGNiG has unveiled a $7.4m (PLN 31m) hydrogen programme which includes the construction of a new hydrogen station and green hydrogen production facility.

Hydrogen – Clean Fuel for the Future consists of several projects ranging from ‘green hydrogen’ production, through hydrogen storage and distribution, to industrial power generation applications.

Through this programme the company is exploring the possibilities of storing and transmitting hydrogen through the gas network, and also has signed a contract for the design and construction of an experimental hydrogen station.

“By implementing the hydrogen projects in the pipeline, PGNiG will contribute to expanding the market for alternative fuels and thus will contribute to Poland’s fulfilment of EU climate policy goals,” said Jerzy Kwieciński, PGNiG President.

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