Tag: SoCalGas

On-Site Hydrogen Production Technology Accelerates to Market

On-Site Hydrogen Production Technology Accelerates to Market

June 6, 2021 |

In Washington, researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory developed a new technology that generates hydrogen from conventional natural gas, or renewable natural gas made from biomass, that could be the next big thing to advance California’s Hydrogen Highway, fuel cell vehicles and trucks and to create other valuable products. Tiny […]

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SoCalGas powering to facilities with Bloom Energy solid oxide fuel cells

SoCalGas powering to facilities with Bloom Energy solid oxide fuel cells

July 21, 2020 |

In California, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) announced it has begun powering two of its largest Los Angeles-area facilities with Bloom Energy solid oxide fuel cells.  The switch to fuel cells will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, air pollutants and the cost of power, as well as provide reliable electricity independent of the power grid. To […]

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SoCalGas commissions first scalable biomethanation reactor system at NREL

SoCalGas commissions first scalable biomethanation reactor system at NREL

August 14, 2019 |

In California, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and Electrochaea announced the commissioning of the nation’s first scalable biomethanation reactor system at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Energy System Integration Facility in Golden, Colo.  The technology uses renewable electricity to convert hydrogen into pipeline quality methane for use in homes, businesses […]

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SoCalGas awarded $3M for hydrothermal processing technology

SoCalGas awarded $3M for hydrothermal processing technology

April 21, 2019 |

In California, the California Energy Commission (CEC) awarded Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) a $3 million grant to fund the next phase of development of a new technology that doubles the amount of renewable energy created from the decomposition of organic material at wastewater treatment plants. The new process, known as Hydrothermal Processing (HTP), reduces […]

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