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Japan’s KHI Develops Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier
Japanese shipbuilder Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has developed a 160,000m³ liquefied hydrogen carrier, targeting for it to be commissioned in the latter half of the 2020s.
German Hydrogen Plane HY4 Claims Altitude Record
HY4, the hydrogen powered four-seater aircraft developed by Stuttgart’s H2FLY, has achieved what’s claimed to be a world record altitude of 7,230 feet.
Japan's Eneos, Jera, JFE Study H2, NH3 Supply Chains
A cross-industry group of Japanese firms has started studying how to develop hydrogen and ammonia supply chains based in the Keihin coastal area in Tokyo bay, in anticipation of a significant rise in demand in the area.
EU Renewable Hydrogen Law Coming in May
The European Commission aims to publish technical legislation defining renewable hydrogen on 18 May.
Is Fossil Hydrogen on Its Death Bed?
The gas industry portrays fossil hydrogen as a climate friendly replacement for fossil fuels. But as Welsh crooner Mandy Rice-Davis might've said about gas lobbyists' claims for fossil hydrogen, they would say that, would
Which Hydrogen Production Method Is Lowest Cost?
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) released new report findings on the levelized cost of hydrogen (LCOH) and CO2 life cycle emissions of select hydrogen production plants.
New Hydrogen Hubs Announced for Western Australia
Scott Morrison says new hydrogen hubs in Western Australia will create more than 3600 jobs.
Wood Provides Conceptual Engineering for Green Hydrogen Project
Wood will provide conceptual engineering for Total Eren’s H2 Magallanes Project to be located in the commune of San Gregorio, in the Magallanes region, Southern Chile.
Researchers Develop Non-Metallic Photocatalyst Capable of Producing Green Hydrogen
South Korean researchers have developed a non-metallic photocatalyst that can use sunlight to produce green hydrogen which does not emit any kind of greenhouse gases during the production process.
The U.S. Should Bet on Green Hydrogen for Zero-Emissions Shipping, New Study Shows
A recent report states that the U.S. government should invest more in hydrogen technology and renewable energy.
BMW Says It's Still into Hydrogen, Not All-In on EVs Yet
Despite the introduction of the BMW X5 Hybrid and BMW iX, the brand still maintains that going full-EV isn't the way to go.
Japan’s ‘Hydrogen Economy’ Runs the Risk of Being Powered by Coal
The government-led drive to boost hydrogen energy and lower emissions may end up giving coal-fired power plants a new lease on life
Swiss Hydropower Project to Begin Hydrogen Production
H-TEC SYSTEMS and Groupe E will deploy a hydrogen project in western Switzerland, using two H-TEC SYSTEMS ME450/1400 PEM electrolyzers to produce green hydrogen from hydropower at the Schiffenen Dam.
Australia’s First Hydrogen Storage Tank Manufacturing Facility
CST Composites is positioning itself as a “leading player” in the global green hydrogen supply chain. Last week, it announced a joint venture with Utah-based hydrogen storage tank supplier Optimum Composite Technologies.
Shell and Uniper Plot 720MW Blue Hydrogen Plant on the Humber
Firms to collaborate on developing major CCS-enabled hydrogen facility at site of Uniper's Killingholme gas-fired power station.
DOE Funding Supports Hydrogen-Fueled Turbine Improvements
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced new funding aimed at improving the efficiency of hydrogen-fueled turbines that could one day be used in clean power plants.
First Hydrogen to Develop UK Green Hydrogen Projects
First Hydrogen has announced its strategy and road map for the advancement of its Energy Division.
Japan's Osaka Gas Backs $11 Billion Green Hydrogen Project in Australia
Osaka Gas Co Ltd said on Tuesday it will provide technical support for a $10.75 billion green hydrogen project in the Australian outback and will consider potential investment in future.
Shell, Uniper Partner on UK Low-Carbon Hydrogen Facility
German utility Uniper and Shell will team up to jointly produce low-carbon hydrogen at a Uniper power station in Britain in a bid to boost use of the fuel and cut greenhouse gas emissions, they said on Tuesday.
Global Hydrogen Market to Reach $12.17 Million by 2025
The global hydrogen market reached a value of nearly $9.8 million in 2020, having increased at a CAGR of 3.5% since 2015.
Saudi Arabia Looks to Position NEOM as a Hydrogen Leader
At the first-ever conference devoted exclusively to carbon-free hydrogen in the Middle East and North Africa, participants looked in depth at the technical and financial complexities of getting major projects off the ground.
Mitsui & Co Invests €10mn in Lhyfe to Fuel Hydrogen Growth
Japanese trading and investment conglomerate Mitsui & Co becomes the first international company to invest in renewable green hydrogen company Lhyfe.
India’s Quest for Hydrogen ‘Riddled with Challenges’
India is turning its attention to green hydrogen as a cleaner form of energy, as it continues to explore options to reduce dependence on imported and highly polluting fossil fuels.
Hydrogen Market Needs $600bn Investment by 2050
For green hydrogen to be a success, $600 billion (£458.9bn) of investment in the market by 2050 will be necessary.
Lhyfe and WPD Offshore Plan 600MW Green Hydrogen Site
Lhyfe and wpd Offshore sign MoU to develop one of the most ambitious green hydrogen projects in Europe at Storgrundet offshore wind farm.
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