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Biomass Gasification and the Future of Hydrogen Fuel
Novel Electrocatalyst Developed for Biomass Upgrading and Hydrogen Generation
Prof. Zhang Jian's team at the Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has developed a highly effective cobaltosic oxide (Co3O4) electrocatalyst for furan upgrading coupled with hydrogen generation.
Renewable Offshore Floating Hydrogen Production
Scottish Development International and J-DeEP are developing a floating offshore hydrogen production plant off the coast of Scotland.
Polish Oil Refiner to Invest €1.6bn in Hydrogen Projects by 2030
PKN Orlen has announced it will invest PLN 7.4bn on low and zero-carbon hydrogen development projects by 2030 to help build a hydrogen economy in Europe.
India Joint Venture Aims to Produce Green Hydrogen at Scale
Indian Oil Corporation has teamed up with Larsen & Toubro and ReNew Power to develop the nascent green hydrogen sector in India.
Steelmaker Uses Green Hydrogen to Cut Carbon Emissions
For hundreds of years, raging blast furnaces — fed with coking coal — have forged steel used in cars, railways, bridges and skyscrapers.
Shell, Mitsubishi Wind Power Consortium to Produce 'Green Hydrogen'
Japan's Mitsubishi Corp and Shell Plc aim to produce 400,000 tonnes of "green hydrogen" in 2030 through the companies' European offshore wind power project, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday.
Kent and CGG Join for Carbon Capture and Hydrogen Projects
Oil and gas company Kent and technology business CGG have joined forces to develop carbon capture and hydrogen technologies.
Dutch and German Cooperation in Hydrogen Production From Offshore Wind
Cooperation between the Netherlands and Germany to develop a common hydrogen market boosts opportunities for realising a decarbonised regional economy, the Hy3 study has found.
Who Will Win the Low-Carbon Hydrogen Race?
The global low-carbon hydrogen market will require $600 billion in investment, along with policy support, to meet expected exponential demand by 2050, according to new analysis.
UK Backs Hydrogen Technologies with £400 Million Awarded to Johnson Matthey
UK Export Finance guarantees sustainability-linked loan, supporting homegrown research and development in sustainable technologies and hydrogen.
Green Energy Oman Selects Worley for Green Hydrogen Project
Green Energy Oman has contracted Worley to support its low-carbon fuels project which aims to convert 25GW of wind and solar energy to green hydrogen.
EU Injects $157m into Hydrogen Iron and Steelmaking Project
The HYBRIT-initiative, driven by SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall, has received €143 million ($157 million) from the European Union.
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Las Vegas Factory to Convert Gas From Landfills into Hydrogen to Power Vehicles
The French industrial gas company Air Liquide is opening a factory near Las Vegas this month that will convert methane from landfills into hydrogen to power emission-free cars and lorries.
European Hydrogen Development and Opportunities
The war in Ukraine has made the security of energy supply a top priority, increasing pressure in Europe to accelerate the transition to cleaner fuels, including hydrogen.
Siemens Energy Plans Gigawatt-Scale Electrolyser Factory in Berlin
Siemens Energy AG is planning to start industrial-scale production of electrolysers for green hydrogen at a multi-gigawatt factory in Berlin next year.
Sunshot Plans 800-MWh Battery, Green Hydrogen Hub in Western Australia
Australia’s Sunshot Energy is proposing to build a new battery and green hydrogen industrial hub in Western Australia powered by renewable energy and with the potential to produce green ammonia and urea.
Abu Dhabi Advances $1bn Hydrogen Project
Land has been allocated for the planned green hydrogen and green ammonia project in Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad).
GTI Advancing Next-Generation Hydrogen Energy Storage Technology
Funding from the U.S. Department of Energy will allow research organization GTI and its partners to proceed to the next phase of a hydrogen project.
McDermott’s CB&I to Build Spheres for Green Hydrogen Production Facility
McDermott’s storage business, CB&I, will design and build two 500 000 gal. double-wall liquid hydrogen spheres for Plug Power Inc.’s new green hydrogen production facility in Genesee County, New York.
Alliander and GroenLeven to Investigate Role of Hydrogen in Electricity Grid
Dutch network company Alliander and renewable energy developer GroenLeven have opened the first solar PV connected green hydrogen plant in the Netherlands.
Exploring Green Marine Fuel and Hydrogen Production in Egypt
Integrated logistics company Maersk and Egyptian authorities have signed a partnership agreement to explore Egypt-based hydrogen and green marine fuel production.
Four Hydrogen-Ready Power Plants for China’s Greater Bay Area
Siemens Energy has signed agreements with Guangdong Energy Group and Shenzhen Energy Group to deliver a total of four H-class combined cycle power units.
China's First Hydrogen Plan Focused on Lowering Costs, Building Capabilities
China has recognized hydrogen as "a crucial element of the nation's future energy system" in its first-ever national hydrogen development plan launched in March.
OGE and RWE Propose Hydrogen Fast Track in Germany
Gas transmission system operator OGE and energy company RWE have unveiled ‘H2ercules’ as a national hydrogen infrastructure concept.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Nickel Cells Sell More-Affordable Hydrogen Power
New fuel cell efficiently generates electricity without costly precious-metal catalysts.
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