The future of energy passes from hydrogen-powered CHP plants
If electrification is the answer (in part) to the demand for heating in the residential and tertiary sectors, this is not possible for the industry. According to David Jones, however, it is possible to replace methane with hydrogen. After an initial period of blending the two fuels, it will be necessary to adapt the infrastructure to accommodate only hydrogen. And hydrogen, as well as biomethane, can power the cogeneration plants of the future.
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