Cruas nuclear power plant is pictured, on November 12, 2019. AFP / JEFF PACHOUD
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The French gas network could be adapted to pipe a mix of natural gas with 20 percent hydrogen from 2030 onwards, as part of efforts to cut carbon emissions, operators said Friday.GRTgaz, GRDF, Elengy and other operators said the French network could initially use a mix of natural gas with 6 percent hydrogen.However, adopting hydrogen as a fuel still faced significant challenges.In France, hydrogen is now mostly produced from oil and gas and mainly for industrial use, accounting for about 3 percent of French emissions, according to the energy ministry.
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