- Apr 13, 2021 11:20 am GMT
Natural gas could be part of the future carbon neutral rather than a bridge. Despite the promise of being completely replaced by hydrogen one day in the future, natural gas has proven to serve as a hydrogen carrier to facilitate efficient use of existing gas infrastructure, a multi-million dollar investment that should not be neglected in the way to be greener. An 80% / 20% methane / hydrogen mixture has been successfully tested in the UK and France, powering 100 homes and a hospital boiler without any new equipment along the pipeline or in the buildings. Perhaps our carbon neutral and hydrogen future is more closely tied to natural gas than what we initially thought. There is not doubt that natural gas will play a leading role in this new energy future.
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