SJI invests in hydrogen projects; targets net zero by 2040
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SJI invests in hydrogen projects; targets net zero by 2040

US utility South Jersey Industries (SJI) announced on Monday (19th April) a new comprehensive clean energy plan that will see further investment in hydrogen and fuel cell projects.

SJI has set benchmarks to achieve a 70% carbon reduction of operational emissions and consumption by the year 2030 with a 100% reduction by 2040.

To date, SJI has already made steps towards achieving this goal by securing several hydrogen and fuel cell projects as well as several agreements in the past few months to reduce carbon emissions.

For instance, SJI formed Catamaran Renewables, a joint renewable energy investment venture with Captona, and acquired 7.5MW in high efficiency fuel cell systems with further projects already in development.

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