AES technology could extract “lost” hydrogen in natural gas pipelines

September 7, 2021

Advanced Electrolyser Systems has demonstrated substantial progress in its research into hydrogen recovery from natural gas pipelines.

Through landmark testing of the patented AES technology, it has been identified that there is an ability to store excess renewable electricity as hydrogen in natural gas pipelines.

Despite this, PowerTap states that there is no cost-effective solution to recover this hydrogen for commercial usage.

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