A new partnership between energy services holding company SJI and Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind will research, monitor and analyse the deployment of hydrogen technology and natural gas blending in New Jersey.
On Tuesday (15th Dec) the companies announced their collaboration, through which they signed a memorandum of understanding to explore utilising excess electricity generation from wind projects to create green hydrogen.
The commitment expands on SJI’s pipeline of renewable energy-related projects and efforts throughout the year, including the establishment of a Clean Energy and Sustainability team.
Commenting on the project, Mike Renna, SJI’s President and CEO, said, “Through the proposed green hydrogen pilot program, we look forward to helping our region realize the full value chain of offshore wind by multiplying the clean energy impact through hydrogen blending in our natural gas system.”
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