March 2021, Vol. 248, No. 3


Reusing Gas Infrastructure for Hydrogen Transportation

By Christopher Findlay, Siemens Energy Magazine  The EU’s “Hydrogen Strategy for a Climate-Neutral Europe” of July 2020 is only the latest in a series of programs designed to foster the use of hydrogen to decarbonize and integrate the energy system.   Click to enlarge. The G20, Germany and Japan have also indicated interest in developing this technology. And more recently, a white paper jointly produced by Siemens Energy and German pipeline operators Nowega and Gascade studied practical aspects of converting natural gas pipelines as pillars of a future hydrogen-based energy transition.  Beside decarbonized hydrogen produced from nat

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