Infrastructure

First Gas eyes national energy centre for hydrogen pipeline trial

Gavin Evans
Thu, 09 May 2019

By Gavin Evans May 9 (BusinessDesk) - First Gas says a hydrogen pipeline trial it plans is likely to be among the first projects undertaken at the National New Energy Development Centre being set up in Taranaki. The company, which operates the trunk gas transmission network in the North Island, plans to select part of a pipeline network to test a range of assets on various blends of hydrogen gas, the best sources of hydrogen for those locations, and how to measure and meter energy flows. “Hydrogen is emissions-free at the point of use,...

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