NARUC Panel Examines the ‘Gaps’ PUCs Face in Regulating Hydrogen
New Jersey Natural Gas began operating its Howell Green Hydrogen project on Oct. 12, using a 175-kilowatt electrolyzer powered by a solar array to produce ...green... hydrogen gas from water. The company injects the gas, about 65 kilograms per day, into its gas lines. NJNG intends to use power from offshore wind turbines to produce massive amounts of hydrogen and has been replacing old gas mains with new lines capable of handling the gas mixture. | New Jersey Natural Gas
Nov 11, 2021
Hydrogen may become a key to decarbonization, but state utility regulators are discovering that they have few standardized tools to regulate it.