SoCalGas and GTI Energy partner on hydrogen blending in California

Southern California Gas (SoCalGas) will collaborate with GTI Energy to study the use of hydrogen and hydrogen blending in hard-to-decarbonise commercial and industrial processes.

The project will study hydrogen’s use in heavy equipment, blended with natural gas up to 100% hydrogen, with an emphasis on end-users that cannot be easily electrified.

GTI will lead the project along with its technical team, and SoCalGas has been awarded $752,000 (€682,928) to fund it, in addition to a $1.77m (€1.6m) grant approved by the California Energy Commission last year.

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