SoCalGas to introduce hydrogen to achieve net zero by 2045

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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