Upgrading Spanish gas grid to handle 20% hydrogen blend would cost €703m, study finds

Upgrading the Spanish gas network to operate with up to 20% hydrogen would cost €703m ($751m) according to the Spanish Gas Association, SEDIGAS.

The CavendisH2 study, carried out by the association and Bip Consulting, explored the viability of using existing gas assets to transport different renewable gases including hydrogen.

According to the SEDIGAS, the “Spanish gas network is ready to operate with up to 20% renewable hydrogen with a minimum investment for its adaption,” despite the study concluding a €703m price tag would be attached to adapting infrastructure to handle a maximum hydrogen blend of 20%.

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