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Navajo Nation to Convert Methane into Hydrogen for Power
The Navajo Nation announced this week it has signed a contract with renewable energy companies to convert methane vented from its oil producing operations in southeastern Utah into more eco-friendly hydrogen.
Stadler and SBCTA Sign Contract for First Hydrogen-Powered Train in US
Stadler and San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) have signed the first contract to supply a hydrogen-powered train to run in the United States. SBCTA awarded the contract with an option to order four more vehicles in the future.
Biologically Synthesized Hydrogen Research Could be Good News for Global Hydrogen Fuel Industry
American researchers may have found a more efficient and cleaner why to produce hydrogen gas.
SFC Energy Signs Framework Agreement to Supply Hydrogen Fuel Cells for Mobile Stations
The framework contract runs until the end of 2021 and has a total order volume of approximately EUR 1.8 to 5.3 million, depending on installation and commissioning by the federal states.
Plug Power Expands Hydrogen Supply Chain Partner Network in Spain with CLH
Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG), a leading provider of hydrogen engines and fueling solutions enabling e-mobility, has announced a new agreement with Spanish hydrogen production and distributor Compañía Logística de Hidrocarburos (CLH).
Utah: Navajo Nation Signs Hydrogen Pilot Project
The Navajo Nation is hopeful a pilot project south of Bluff in San Juan County will help transform the state’s poorest county by delivering new jobs and producing a commodity it can sell on the market.
RSSB Appoints Arup to Review Case for Hydrogen Trains
Arup’s responsibilities will help to inform specific design solutions for hydrogen-powered trains, factoring in safety and operation risks.
145 Years After Jules Verne Dreamed up a Hydrogen Future, It Has Arrived
Clean hydrogen is produced from water using renewable energy, or from fossil fuels with technology that captures and stores carbon.
UK Households Support a Return to Hydrogen as a Domestic Fuel
Households in the U.K. would support a return to the use of hydrogen as a domestic fuel and believe it would have a positive environmental impact, research shows.
Hydrogen from Natural Gas Without Carbon Dioxide Emissions
Methane pyrolysis will allow for the future climate-friendly use of fossil natural gas. Methane is separated into gaseous hydrogen and solid carbon that is a valuable material for various industry branches and can also be stored safely.
ARENA Gets Cracking on Commercial Scale Hydrogen
On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) today announced a funding round of up to $70 million to help fast track the development of renewable hydrogen in Australia.
New Study Looks to Biological Enzymes as Source of Hydrogen Fuel
Research from the University of Illinois and the University of California, Davis has chemists one step closer to recreating nature's most efficient machinery for generating hydrogen gas.
Australia Hydrogen Industry Projections Revealed to be Exaggerated
The Australia hydrogen industry future looks bright, but isn’t nearly as impressive as initial projections have stated, according to the Australia Institute thinktank.
DEME, Engie Form Belgian Hydrogen Team
DEME Group and Engie are among seven organisations in Belgium cooperating on ways to deliver the production, transport and storage of hydrogen to help meet the country's 80% by 2050 renewable energy goal.
A First in Belgium: Seven Leading Players Sign Cooperation Agreement for the Transport of Hydrogen
The climate target to reduce CO2 emissions in Belgium by 80% by 2050 compared to 2005 levels is a major challenge. Hydrogen has an important role to play in the mix of solutions to achieve results.
Greenfield Global, Hy2Gen to Set up 29-MW Green hydrogen Plant in Quebec
Canadian ethanol producer Greenfield Global Inc and Hy2gen Canada on Wednesday announced plans for a 50/50 joint venture to build a 29-MW green hydrogen production facility in Quebec.
Norwegian Shipbuilder to Test Fuel Cell Vessel on the High Seas
Ulstein has developed a concept hydrogen-powered offshore construction vessel.
Energy Research: Economizing on Iridium
Iridium is an ideal catalyst for the electrolytic production of hydrogen from water -- but it is extremely expensive. But now a new kind of electrode made of highly porous material does an excellent job with just a hint of iridium.
Finkel’s National Hydrogen Strategy Gets Green Light, but Could be Lifeline for Coal
State and federal energy ministers on Friday have adopted a national hydrogen strategy, prepared by chief scientist Alan Finkel, but there remains serious questions over whether this will lead to Australia becoming a “green hydrogen” as hoped by some
The Future is Bright for Hydrogen, Say Experts at #POWERGEN19
Representatives from Clarion Energy, Ansaldo, NEL Hydrogen, and MAN Energy Solutions discussed the future role of hydrogen in the power industry during a session sponsored by the Italian Trade Agency at POWERGEN International.
Panasonic Opens Hydrogen Station in Kusatsu, Japan
Panasonic Corporation has completed its latest hydrogen station, H2 Kusatu Farm, on the Kusatsu site of the Appliances Company located in Kusatsu City.
Germany and China Partner on Hydrogen Mobility
Following on from an earlier signed memorandum of understanding on innovative mobility technologies and infrastructure, such as hydrogen, a meeting has been held to discuss Germany and China’s collaboration.
ITM Power and Iwatani form US Collaboration Agreement
UK-based energy storage and clean fuel company ITM has signed a collaboration agreement with Iwatani Corporation of America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Iwatani Corporation, for the deployment of multi megawatt electrolyser-based hydrogen energy systems
Vattenfall to Focus on Lower Cost Hydrogen Production at WindEurope Offshore Conference
Swedish power company Vattenfall will discuss how hydrogen production from offshore wind could play a bigger role in global decarbonisation at the upcoming WindEurope Offshore conference in Copenhagen.
Air Liquide and Sinopec Open Two Hydrogen Stations in China
Air Liquide and Sinopec have opened two new hydrogen stations in the Jiading district of Shanghai, China.
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Alstom to Supply Italy’s First Hydrogen Trains
UK Network Regulator Approves Unblended Hydrogen Transmission Trial
Enel and Eni to Develop Green Hydrogen Projects
Mitsubishi Heavy Invests in Monolith Materials to Support Clean Hydrogen Production
Stanwell and Iwatani Join Forces on Hydrogen Production, Liquefaction and Export
Linde to Fuel Californian Mobility Market with Green Hydrogen