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Air Liquide to Invest €8bn in the Low-Carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain
Air Liquide is accelerating its hydrogen developments to at least triple its turnover to more the €6bn by 2035, the industrial gas giant has confirmed.
EU ‘on Track to Miss 2030 Emissions Target’
Wood Mackenzie has forecast the EU will fall short of achieving its 2030 emissions reduction target unless it accelerates wind and solar buildout.
Air Liquide Launches World’s Largest Hydrogen Membrane-Based Production Unit
French company Air Liquide announced that it has completed the construction of the world’s largest Proton-Exchange Membrane electrolyzer (PEM) in Québec, Cana…
Abu Dhabi State Firms to Collaborate on Hydrogen
Three of Abu Dhabi's biggest state-owned companies — Adnoc, Mubadala Investment and Abu Dhabi Development Holding — have signed an agreement to establish the…
Solaris Joins European Clean Hydrogen Alliance
European bus manufacturer Solaris has today announced its European Clean Hydrogen Alliance membership.
Will China do for Hydrogen What It did for Solar Power?
China has already accelerated the adoption of solar power around the world, and now there is hope that it could do the same for hydrogen.
Haldor Topsoe and Aker Carbon Capture Partner on Low-Carbon Hydrogen Production
Aker Carbon Capture and Haldor Topsoe have joined forces to offer a complete solution for the production of low-emission and cost-effective blue hydrogen, as pa…
Gaz-System Joins European Clean Hydrogen Alliance
Polish grid operator Gaz-System has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance.
Green Hydrogen Costs ‘Set to Fall 64% by 2040’
The cost of producing hydrogen using electricity supplied by renewable sources is forecast to fall up to 64% by 2040.