The main goal of the project is to enable the wide adoption of H2NG (hydrogen in natural gas) blends by closing knowledge gaps regarding technical impacts on residential and commercial gas appliances. The project consortium will identify and recommend appropriate codes and standards that should be adapted to answer the needs and develop a strategy for addressing the challenges for new and existing appliances.

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March 31, 2021

Deliverable D2.5: Testing programme for hydrogen tolerance tests of domestic and commercial natural gas appliances

This report D2.5 completes the series of public reports from work package 2. It explains the steps of development of the test programme for gas-fired appliance tests with hydrogen admixture and especially describes the exchange between the THyGA partners and the external stakeholders. The report also explains the process of acquisition of appliances to test

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March 31, 2021

WP4 – Technical workshop “H2NG supply to residential and commercial appliances – standardization and certification”.

A key issue in a transition to common use of relevant shares of hydrogen in natural gas supply is safe operation and reliable functioning of end-use appliances. The lifetime of these end-use appliances is considerable and so new gas appliances put on the market should ideally be compatible with these admixtures as soon as possible.

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March 24, 2021

Deliverable D2.3: Impact of hydrogen admixture on combustion processes – Part II: Practice

This 3rd deliverable from work package 2 is organised in the following way the first part introduces the basics of various gas combustion technologies and their implementation in domestic and small-scale commercial appliances. The functional principles are explained and shown graphically, technology by technology. The focus is on aspects that are crucial for the influence

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