Author: Matt Smith
Trucks offer a market for hydrogen
8 June 2021
US firm is partner in the Saudi Arabian project, which will produce 650t/d of green hydrogen from 2025
Saudi Arabia’s $5bn green hydrogen plant could expand – exec
13 May 2021
The plant, the world’s largest, will produce 650t/d of green hydrogen daily from 2025
Australian coal-to-hydrogen pilot targets Japanese market
26 April 2021
Plan to ship product with world’s first purpose-built liquefied hydrogen carrier
Investors eye Thyssenkrupp’s green hydrogen project
19 April 2021
German conglomerate also conducts tests to substitute hydrogen for coal at Duisberg steel plant
Nel’s alkaline production line set for test run
19 March 2021
Norwegian manufacturer’s CEO says it is too early to predict whether alkaline or PEM electrolysers will ultimately prevail
Black Horse H2 truck network plan scaled back
4 March 2021
Originally slated to involve the four central European Visegrad Group countries, the project is now focused on the Czech Republic and Slovakia where interest is strongest
Airbus bets billions on hydrogen-powered planes
25 February 2021
European manufacturer has touted various potential short- and medium-range designs, but the simplest and smallest seem most viable amid technological and demand uncertainty
Defiant Nikola vows to bounce back
22 January 2021
The founding CEO quit the hydrogen fuel cell truck maker amid claims of fraud, but development work continues and it claims its first vehicles will roll off the production line in Q4
Synthetic jet fuel race set for take-off
18 January 2021
Repsol and others see synthetic fuel as the most viable long-term alternative to kerosene, but state support is vital
Synthetic jet fuel race set for take-off
18 January 2021
Repsol and others see synthetic fuel as the most viable long-term alternative to kerosene, but state support is vital
Haulage bosses cautiously welcome EU H2 plan
13 January 2021
Truckers are receptive to diesel alternatives, but costs and regulatory uncertainty could deter adoption ahead of LNG and CNG vehicles
Low demand stymies H2 refuelling network rollout
8 January 2021
Despite bullish forecasts for hydrogen truck and bus sales, refuelling infrastructure for heavy vehicles remains little used amid uncertainty over standards
Swiss utility Romande Energie eyes green hydrogen
8 January 2021
Vaud-based company believes hydrogen can ease renewable electricity intermittency and offer cheaper alternative to trucking firms
Denver startup aims to begin hydrogen mining in 2021
5 January 2021
Natural Hydrogen Energy CEO believes extracting hydrogen from the earth’s crust could become the cheapest, least energy-intensive commercial source of hydrogen
Europe eyes North African H2 imports
4 January 2021
Germany is at the forefront of EU plans to strengthens ties with solar-abundant Morocco
Morocco aims for global green hydrogen role
20 November 2020
With vast solar and wind capacity, Morocco is preparing to create green ammonia for fertiliser as an early step to building a ‘power-to-X’ industry
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