gas distribution

First hydrogen homes coming in England

The Hy4Heat innovation programme is to deliver the UK’s first homes with hydrogen powered household appliances.

Southern Company to investigate hydrogen blending into natural gas networks

US energy provider Southern Company Gas is leading an R&D initiative to address technical challenges to blending hydrogen in natural gas infrastructure.

Hydrogen can be distributed in Britain’s gas networks, new study finds

Hydrogen ‘deblending’ could enable the distribution of hydrogen in existing gas networks in GB, new study finds.

GEODE discusses the energy sector’s response to COVID-19

Enlit-Europe talks to Carmen Gimeno de la Fuente, secretary-general at GEODE, the association of European gas and electricity independent distribution companies, about the gas, and broader energy sector’s response to COVID-19.
UK hydrogen

Hydrogen injected into gas network – first for UK

The UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes and businesses is now fully operational.

Eliminate unforced errors with intelligent pipeline monitoring

An intelligent pipeline monitoring system would continuously look for patterns and be able to trigger an action as soon as it sees a known set of events that are likely to lead to a failure in the pipeline network.

Utility representative certified to train in nine states

MEA Energy Association has certified Northeast Gas Association to train utility workers. Northeast Gas Association will facilitate the field...
KWh energy tariff

US utility files decade’s first tariff review

Duke Energy Kentucky is seeking regulatory approval to increase tariffs for gas consumers, the division’s first review in nine years. The utility has asked the Kentucky...

New Jersey Natural Gas named 2018 most trusted utility

A new Cogent Reports study conducted by Market Strategies International has named New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) as the Most Trusted Utility Brand 2018. NJNG...

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