Author: Tom Young
PE Live: Hydrogen closes gap on diesel parity
15 June 2021
Scaling up production and infrastructure will lead to more competitive hydrogen pricing over next few years
PE Live: Haulage best suited to hydrogen fuel cells
15 June 2021
Heavy-duty road transport is likely to be dominated by hydrogen technologies rather than battery electric vehicles, says panel
Norway outlines hydrogen plans
15 June 2021
Government will seek to establish five hydrogen hubs in coastal regions by 2025
Green hydrogen investment bounces back
9 June 2021
Project announcements ramp-up in 2021 following a lean period during 2020, says Wood Mackenzie
Providence Asset Group eyes Australian hydrogen growth
4 June 2021
Group aims to finance a pipeline of hydrogen technology initiatives and applications across the value chain
Hydrogen valleys see investment rise
3 June 2021
Projects are becoming larger and more complex, with a greater focus on industry rather than mobility
Modular approach “could help” hydrogen market grow
2 June 2021
Connecting modular electrolyser units helps plants scale quickly and deals with the intermittency of renewable generation
Hydrogen sector investments continue – IEA
2 June 2021
A number of early-stage hydrogen technology companies all had successful fundraising rounds in recent months
Natixis looks to hydrogen
27 May 2021
French investment bank has developed a hydrogen strategy based on equity and debt investment opportunities
Green hydrogen imports to compete with EU production
27 May 2021
Costs of transport could be outweighed by very low costs of renewable generation in South America, the Middle East and North Africa
Hydrogen sector to bounce back – BIoomberg
24 May 2021
Bloomberg Intelligence expects investments in the sector to rise dramatically in the next few years
PE Live: EU must prioritise blue and green hydrogen
19 May 2021
Various types of hydrogen production will be needed if an internal market is to be stimulated, says panel
PE Live: Policy will determine EU hydrogen picture
19 May 2021
Production of hydrogen will need to form part of an increasingly complex energy system
EU must get hydrogen right
13 May 2021
Hydrogen strategy must scale up production while ensuring correct taxonomy and certification
Europe leads way on green hydrogen – report
13 May 2021
The region has the best policy regime for green hydrogen production, which is likely to be key to a decarbonised energy system
Bayotech and Carbon Clean to develop modular blue hydrogen
6 May 2021
Technology avoids the challenges of hydrogen storage and transport, which is difficult and expensive
EU must offer more support for green hydrogen – industry
6 May 2021
Without necessary measures, technical expertise and manufacturing could be lost to competing regions, firms say
Rotterdam port looks for hydrogen imports
4 May 2021
Port is working with German steel companies Thyssenkrupp Steel and HKM to evaluate opportunities to import the fuel and transport it to Duisburg
Hyzon to look at hydrogen vehicle factory in Neom
29 April 2021
Hyzon, Modern Group and Neom company will finalise plans over the next 18 months for the facility
BP, Iberdrola and Enagas eye Spanish green hydrogen project
29 April 2021
Project would have a 20MW electrolyser powered by a number of renewable sources including a 40MW solar PV plant
Hydrogen second pillar of route to net zero – ETC
27 April 2021
Fuel will be key in decarbonising sectors that cannot be reached by electrification, says ETC
Grey hydrogen should act as bridge to blue and green
23 April 2021
Fuel can be used to stimulate demand while the costs of blue and green hydrogen are brought down
FiveT bullish on hydrogen fund prospects
20 April 2021
The industry-backed hydrogen fund says it ticks all the boxes for clean investment
Equinor and SSE to develop world-first hydrogen power station
8 April 2021
Humber development of 100pc hydrogen power plant and CCS-equipped gas-fired power plant would share CO2 storage infrastructure
Spanish legal framework holding back green hydrogen
7 April 2021
Madrid has committed to public investment and updating regulations, but developers are waiting for reforms including guarantee of origin system
€1bn hydrogen infrastructure investment fund set for launch
6 April 2021
Baker Hughes, Plug Power and Chart Industries commit €260mn and will provide expertise, with private investors targeted to make up the remainder
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