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ETI appoints Atkins to identify salt caverns suitable for storing hydrogen and gas

20 October 2016

Dennis Gammer
Dennis Gammer Strategy Manager

We believe that storing and using hydrogen could be a low cost way of providing clean power for peak and load following demand. A single cavern could potentially provide enough storage capacity to satisfy the peak demands of a UK city. This project will provide more detail on the suitability of individual caverns and the costs associated with using them, increasing the evidence base needed if they are to be developed further.

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