CANDHy aims to assess the integrity and tolerance of non-steel metallic natural gas distribution networks in long-term operational conditions delivering H2/NG admixtures (up to 100% H2).

The project is supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and its members.

About the project

Green hydrogen is gaining moment across Europe as feedstock, fuel or energy carrier and storage, as solid actions are needed to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. Hydrogen has many possible applications across industry, transport, energy and building sectors. Local gas grids across Europe are therefore working hard to get ready for its transport. Using existing gas distribution grids to deliver hydrogen and natural gas blends (H2/NG) requires a thorough assessment of the impact on infrastructure and material integrity.

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