Author: Karolin Schaps
Norway's BKK eyes green hydrogen as new market for its power
30 April 2021
Utility makes move after early uptake of hydrogen by industry and maritime transport in Norway
RWE hydrogen head calls for green certification
9 April 2021
German utility’s first ever dedicated hydrogen board member sees the fuel as central to the global energy transition
Decarbonisation will not work without hydrogen – RWE
1 April 2021
German utility’s involvement in more than 30 projects places it at the top of the hydrogen leaderboard in Europe
Amsterdam latest port to mull green hydrogen imports
22 March 2021
The port has partnered with storage company Evos and three hydrogen technology firms to import and potentially re-export green hydrogen
RWE calls for clarity on hydrogen transport
16 March 2021
German utility warns state plans to regulate gas and H2 networks separately will hinder integration
Vopak targets leading role in global hydrogen trade
10 March 2021
Commodity storage company has up to €350mn available to invest in hydrogen projects this year as it pursues a strategy built on global port presence
Germany breaks ground on world’s largest green H2 storage facility
4 March 2021
Hydrogenious is building an 1,800t/yr plant to store green hydrogen using liquid oils and is already eyeing exports to Rotterdam
Vopak picks hydrogen over oil for growth strategy
17 February 2021
Dutch commodity storage company expects hydrogen to become a globally traded commodity and wants to use its presence in global trading hubs to tap the growing market
Suez to build France’s first waste-powered H2 plant
5 February 2021
The green hydrogen production plant will initially serve public transport and utility vehicles, while commercial customers will be able to purchase supplies in a later phase when capacity rises to 1t/d
Shell, Vattenfall plan green H2 project at former German coal plant site
27 January 2021
Energy companies team up to bring an electrolyser to Hamburg site to help meet Germany’s ambitious target of 5GW of hydrogen production capacity by 2030
Arriva Netherlands orders ten hydrogen-fuelled buses
26 January 2021
The Netherlands is expanding its growing fleet of H2 buses with a €6.4mn order for ten vehicles serving the eastern province of Gelderland
ABN Amro: Green H2 could compete with gas by 2030
26 January 2021
Producing hydrogen using electrolysis is expensive, but the Dutch bank sees green hydrogen becoming cost-competitive with natural gas by the end of the decade
Netherlands to widen state support options for hydrogen
20 January 2021
In its quest to become a hub for northwest European hydrogen, the Netherlands is assessing new ways to give the nascent industry a boost
Dutch to test green H2-fuelled inland shipping
20 January 2021
Using hydrogen as a marine fuel could make a substantial difference in lowering the emissions of the sizeable inland shipping sector
Total, Engie to build France’s first green hydrogen plant at a refinery
13 January 2021
The two French energy companies make a joint investment to grow France’s hydrogen production
Netherlands assesses hydrogen-wind joint tenders
12 January 2021
Dutch investigate whether joint tenders would help balance grid, boost green hydrogen production and aid their ambition to be northwest Europe’s hydrogen hub
Northern Netherlands sets hydrogen ‘blueprint’ for EU
8 December 2020
More than 50 hydrogen projects are in development and—with state help—the regional group wants to show the rest of Europe how to develop a hydrogen hub
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