Launch of the THOTH2 project: novel methods of testing for measurement of natural gas and hydrogen mixtures
Hydrogen research takes a step forward with launch of the new EU funded project THOTH2. The project focuses on energy measurement value chain and instruments’ ability to accurately measure physical parameters of natural gas and hydrogen mixtures (H2NG) with increasing hydrogen (H2) percentages, up to 100%.
The Project – funded with almost 2 million euro over two and a half years by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership – is being carried out by thirteen partners: CESAME, ENAGAS, ENEA, FBK, GERG, GRTGAZ, GAZ-SYSTEM, INIG-PIB, INRIM, INRETE, METAS, SNAM and UNIBO.
More information about the project is available in the press release: