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.
D5.1 – Baseline, assumptions and scope for techno-economic modelling of hydrogen admixture into the gas gridThe report “Baseline and case studies definition” aims to develop the basics which are of fundamental importance for the further tasks in work package 5 of the HIGGS project. The report is divided into three main chapters. The section on baseline includes studies on the present and future consumption of natural gas and hydrogen in […]read more
- Event on June 14-15th 2022 in Hamburg We are happy to announce that the 5th European Gas Technolgy Conference, EGATEC2022, organised by MARCOGAZ and GERG and hosted by DVGW with the support of ERIG, takes place in Hamburg, Germany. The event brings together high-level representatives from the European gas industry and provides a platform to […]read more