Maintaining Security of Supply while Decarbonising Infrastructure with Renewable and Low-Carbon Gases

The report assesses how coordination could enable natural gas infrastructure operators to integrate more renewable gas low carbon gas in a cost-efficient way while maintaining security of supply in the gas system. The focus of the study lies on challenges to the transition to renewable gases, in particular hydrogen, arising in the short-term, until circa 2030, that can be addressed via better coordination between market players. The findings presented in this study aim to inform stakeholders, policymakers, and industry players in the process of transitioning to a more sustainable and low-carbon energy future. Source: Frontier Economics
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