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A clean energy carrier, hydrogen has the potential to decarbonise sectors that may be difficult to electrify (e.g. transport, industry and buildings),  as well as capture and store renewable energy sources.

Delivering a blend of hydrogen and natural gas through the existing natural gas pipeline network can be a cost effective solution to integrate decarbonised energy in grid.

Produced from organic matter, biomethane is carbon neutral and contributes to the EU’s decarbonisation, energy security and renewable energy objectives.  

Estimating, monitoring and mitigating methane emissions across the gas chain (production, processing, transport, storage and distribution) is key in reducing GHG emissions.