Snam doubles the hydrogen concentration in their natural gas networks only months after hydrogen’s experimental introduction

January 14, 2020 |

In Italy, Snam, an energy infrastructure company, experimentally introduced hydrogen a few months ago into its natural gas transmission network, but following this successful introduction of hydrogen, they have now doubled that concentration to 10%. This addition of hydrogen to their transported gas network could result in a 5 million ton reduction in carbon emissions. In a Snam-McKinsey study, hydrogen could meet 23% of the Italian Energy demand by 2050 in a 95% decarbonization ratio. 

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