The HIGGS Project

HIGGS project aims to pave the way to decarbonisation of the gas grid and its usage, by covering the gaps of knowledge of the impact that high levels of hydrogen could have on the gas infrastructure, its components and its management.
To reach this goal, several activities, including mapping of technical, legal and regulatory barriers and enablers, testing and validation of systems and innovation, techno-economic modelling and the preparation of a set of conclusions as a pathway towards enabling the injection of hydrogen in high-pressure gas grids, are developed in the project.

Latest News
  • Scientific Paper – Enabling the injection of hydrogen in high-pressure gas grids: investigation of the impact on materials and equipment
    Scientific Paper – Enabling the injection of hydrogen in high-pressure gas grids: investigation of the impact on materials and equipment Enabling the injection of hydrogen in high-pressure gas grids: investigation of the impact on materials and equipment Green hydrogen is a renewable gas that can help to reach the goal of decarbonizing the energy sector. The […]read more
Latest Events
  • HIGGS-Closing Conference during EU Hydrogen Week on November 21st 2023 in Brussels
    HIGGS-Closing Conference during EU Hydrogen Week on November 21st 2023 in Brussels The HIGGS project aims to demonstrate that the safe injection of hydrogen into the EU high-pressure, transmission natural gas grid is a sustainable and long-term solution to decarbonise the energy system. Through systematic validation and testing, the project has identified key enablers and […]read more

About the Project

The main goal of the HIGGS project "Hydrogen in Gas Grids - A systematic vallidation approach at variuos admixture levels into high-pressure grids" is to facilitate that existing gas infrastructure can be a way of transporting hydrogen from point of production to its final destination of utilisation. Within the project the partners will cooperate to analys the potential and requirements of existing high pressure infrastructure, its components and its managment in concern to the incorporation of hydrogen.

Consortium

All partners involved in HIGGS are renowned national organisations in the field of gas and materials research. The span includes technical scientific associations over research institutes to high pressure gas grid operators. If you want further information to one ore more of the partners, follow the logos.
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News & Events

Find out about all the interesting news about the project. Also there are all the information about the events related to the project.