The largest US gas distribution company, SoCalGas, has committed to achieving net zero by 2045 through various decarbonising strategies including implementation of hydrogen blending.
The plan includes replacing 50% of SoCalGas’ over-the-road fleet with electric, hybrid, natural gas, and fuel cell electric vehicles.
In addition to this, SoCalGas will look to establish state-wide hydrogen blending standards and complete five hydrogen pilot projects by 2025.
With the commitment, SoCalGas, reportedly, becomes the largest gas distribution utility in North America to set a net zero target that includes scopes one, two and three greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
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