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Hydrogen is an emerging clean energy source that could reduce the environmental impact of nearly every part of our daily lives. It can generate electricity, heat homes and buildings, power manufacturing and fuel transportation – all with few or zero emissions. Dominion Energy is exploring how hydrogen can help us achieve our goal of net zero emissions and also help decarbonize other industries like transportation and manufacturing.

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Hydrogen 101

Advancing America's Path To Net Zero Emissions

When hydrogen is produced from wind, solar or nuclear, it generates zero greenhouse gas emissions. The only emissions are water vapor. Here are a few ways hydrogen can help Dominion Energy and other industries on our path to a clean energy future.

Natural Gas

Cleaner Natural Gas

Hydrogen can be blended with natural gas to heat homes and buildings and fuel manufacturing – and with significantly fewer emissions.


Clean Electricity

Hydrogen can be blended with natural gas to fuel electric power stations with less emissions. 


Renewable Storage

Renewables are not always available when our customers need electricity. Hydrogen helps by storing energy from wind and solar when it isn’t needed so customers can use it later when they do need it. 


Clean Transportation

Hydrogen can be a zero-carbon fuel source for most forms of transportation, including passenger cars, buses and fleet vehicles.

Hydrogen Blending Project

Just like blending ethanol with gasoline reduces emissions from your car, blending clean hydrogen with natural gas reduces emissions from your home. We’re getting started with pilot projects that test a 5% hydrogen blend at our training facilities in Utah, Ohio, and North Carolina. This helps us learn how hydrogen works in our system and with gas appliances before we begin blending for our customers’ homes and businesses.

We successfully completed the first phase of our Utah pilot in 2021 and began blending hydrogen into the system that serves our customers in the community of Delta, Utah in 2023. The first phase of the Ohio blending pilot began late 2022, with North Carolina to follow in 2023.

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Powering A Clean Future

The "Swiss Army Knife" Of Clean Energy

Here’s what it can do – all with few or zero emissions.


Renewable Storage





How Does It Work?

There are different ways to produce hydrogen. “Grey” and “blue” hydrogen are the most commonly used today and involve some emissions. As Dominion Energy develops more wind and solar, and continues relying on zero-carbon nuclear, we will increasingly use a process known as electrolysis, which results in zero emissions.

Step 1

1. Renewables

Wind, solar and nuclear energy produce zero-carbon electricity. Some days, they produce more than consumers need.

Step 2

2. Electrolysis

This excess energy is used to power a simple process called electrolysis, which separates water (H20) into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O).

Step 3

3. Storage

Once the hydrogen is produced, it is safely stored until it is needed.

Step 4

4. Distribution

Hydrogen is then blended with natural gas to heat buildings or produce electricity, or to fuel transportation and manufacturing.

Working With Other Industry Leaders

LCRI Low Carbon Resources Initiative - links to

Dominion Energy is an anchor sponsor of this five-year, $100 million research and development initiative that is focused on advancing the use of hydrogen technology across the economy.

Green Hydrogen Coalition - links to

Dominion Energy supports this non-profit that focuses on the use of green hydrogen in all sectors where it can accelerate the transition to a carbon-free energy system.

California Hydrogen Business Council - Hydrogen Means Business in California! - Links to

Dominion Energy is a long-standing member of this advocacy organization that focuses on the commercialization of hydrogen and fuel cells in the energy and transportation sectors.

Southeast Hydrogen Energy Alliance
Dominion Energy is a member of the Southeast Hydrogen Energy Alliance, which has teamed up with E4 Carolinas to drive further commercialization of hydrogen and related technologies in the Southeastern United States.

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