WEC to test hydrogen as a power generation source in Michigan, US

Michigan, US, will become home to a new hydrogen project with WEC Energy Group revealing today (Jan 25) it will test co-firing hydrogen with natural gas at one of its power generation plants in the state.

In doing so, hydrogen will be tested as a potential fuel source for power generation with the pilot to continue ingenuity within the industry by providing another option for decarbonising the economy.

During the pilot project, hydrogen and natural gas will be mixed up to a 25/75 percent blend to power one of the generating units that serves customers of Upper Michigan Energy Resources, a WEC Energy Group subsidiary.

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