Pittsburgh International Airport renews aviation clean up goals with hydrogen

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) and CNX Resources Corporation, announced on Friday (May 20) it will use hydrogen as part of a fuel strategy to reduce emissions and cost to aviation.

The airport’s partnerships with Pennsylvania based natural gas company, CNX, is now aimed at reducing carbon emissions in the transportation industry and related sectors, using natural gas produced at the airport and converting it into alternative fuel.

CNX has developed proprietary technology to cost-effectively convert on-site dry natural gas into liquefied natural gas (LNG), compressed natural gas (CNG) and electricity for various uses including as a hydrogen feedstock.

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