Natural gas as a bridge to hydrogen transportation fuel: Insights from the literature
Amy Myers Jaffe,
Daniel Scheitrum (),
Zane McDonald and
Energy Policy, 2018, vol. 115, issue C, 317-329
Natural gas has been proposed as a possible “bridge” fuel to eventual use of hydrogen in zero emission fuel cell vehicles. This literature review explores whether the natural gas system might help enable a transition to longer-term use of hydrogen in transportation. Two transition strategies are reviewed: adapting natural gas refueling infrastructure for future use with H2 and blending renewable hydrogen into the NG system.
Keywords: Natural gas; Hydrogen; Fuel cell vehicles; Alternative transportation fuels; Power to gas; Energy infrastructure transition (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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