THOTH2 aims to design dedicated methodologies to test different types of measuring devices installed in the gas transmission and distribution grids for future transport of hydrogen.
This project has received funding from the Clean Hydrogen Partnership under Grant Agreement No 101101540. This Partnership receives support from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Research and Innovation program, Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research.
About the project
An immediate shift in focus toward energy independence and a transition to green energy is required by the EU’s energy strategy. However, technological, economic, and normative constraints must be overcome for innovative solutions to be accepted by society.
In order to decarbonize the EU and decouple intermittent renewable energy supply and demand while maintaining the stability of the electric grid, green hydrogen (H2) is an essential component of an alternative fuel.
Since huge H2 volumes can be carried over long distances and gas cross-border transmission capacities are notably high, enhancing countries’ exports/imports of renewable energy, H2 blending in existing gas infrastructure can play a key role in enabling the green transition.