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Repurposing an existing network Hydrogen can be distributed in Britain's gas networks, new study finds Hydrogen Deblending could provide a means to transition from a 20% to a 100% hydrogen network, providing customers with the options for either pure hydrogen, hydrogen/natural gas blends or natural gas to meet demand in industry, heating, transport and green power generation, according to a statement. Interested? join me at the Business opportunities for the hydrogen economy

 

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Deblending could provide a means to transition from a 20% to a 100% hydrogen network, providing customers with the options for either pure hydrogen, hydrogen/natural gas blends or natural gas to meet demand in industry, heating, transport and green power generation, according to a statement.

This is quite interesting. I've heard plenty of the up to 20% blending method and been less than enthused, as that's simply persisting the entrenched 80% of natural gas without really working to move the economy off of that. But if this tech shows a way to actually get and use 100% hydrogen in certain applications then that does allow for a piece by piece transition away from burning the gas directly on site. 

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