US: Hydrogen blending to be explored by Southwest Gas in Nevada and Tempe

December 9, 2021

Hydrogen blending continues to be one of the most promising renewable technologies in contemporary society and a new project in the US aims to achieve this starting from 2022.

Southwest Gas Corporation revealed today (Dec 9) that it has signed agreements with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and the Arizona State University in Tempe (ASU) as it aims to blend hydrogen to serve its customers.

A study will be conducted by the companies to see how hydrogen-blended natural gas can further reduce carbon emissions whilst still providing clean and reliable energy without disrupting the daily routines of customers.

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