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Siemens Energy receives ‘hydrogen readiness’ certification for its power plant concept
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Siemens Energy receives ‘hydrogen readiness’ certification for its power plant concept

Siemens Energy has received a new independent certification from TÜV SÜD that indicates that the company has a hydrogen ready power plant concept, revealed today (Nov 16).

With the power plant concept now achieving a “H2-Readiness” it now showcases to prospective companies investment security for utilities meaning more groups could transition to hydrogen technology using this power plant.

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Natural gas-fired combined cycle power plants (CCPP) currently being built or planned are also expected to run partially or fully on hydrogen fuel in the future.

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