Author: Tom Young
Cross-border infrastructure to benefit EU hydrogen economy
22 December 2021
Pipelines enable coordinated European approach, matching supply more efficiently with demand, says study
Fourteen firms join Africa Hydrogen Partnership
17 December 2021
New member firms hope to accelerate development of hydrogen economy in Africa
ITM electrolyser orders grow
16 December 2021
Rapidly growing markets have led the firm to raise finance and expand manufacturing facilities
EU legislates on hydrogen pipelines and storage
16 December 2021
First part of ‘Fit for 55’ package to be legislated provides support for projects retrofitting gas pipelines to carry hydrogen
Australia eyes A$2/kg clean hydrogen by 2030
15 December 2021
Country is progressing on building hydrogen economy, says annual report
Australia and South Korea to finance hydrogen development
15 December 2021
Countries will each commit $35mn to collaboration on hydrogen, steel and CCS technologies
Australia and South Korea to finance hydrogen development
15 December 2021
Countries will each commit $35mn to collaboration on hydrogen, steel and CCS technologies
United Airlines invests in hydrogen propulsion
14 December 2021
United expects to buy up to 100 hydrogen fuel cell engines from technology firm Zeroavia
Northern Territory supports $11bn green hydrogen project
13 December 2021
‘Desert Bloom’ project being developed to supply 410,000t/yr of green hydrogen for domestic and export markets
US act to scale up hydrogen
12 December 2021
New act will encourage federal mindset for hydrogen and promote development and linking of hubs, says panel
Energy sector ranks hydrogen top priority for R&D
10 December 2021
Some 38pc of those surveyed by law firm WBD consider hydrogen as the transition technology for which R&D is the most important
‘Fit for 55’ could torpedo EU hydrogen
9 December 2021
Overly stringent rules on renewable additionality will severely hamper the development of the sector, says letter from over 60 hydrogen sector firms
FFI and AGL eye green hydrogen in Hunter Valley
8 December 2021
Firms will carry out study to replace two ageing coal-fired power plants with green hydrogen production facility
Novatek and RWE sign supply deal
8 December 2021
Novatek is seeking offtakers for blue hydrogen from its Obsky project, originally conceived as being for LNG production
PE Live: Liquid hydrogen key for transport
7 December 2021
Liquid form of fuel will enable sectors to be linked via infrastructure, say panellists
PE Live: Mobility key in hydrogen economy
7 December 2021
Fuel is starting to be a viable decarbonisation option in transport sectors not previously considered, say panellists
Geopolitics could stymie African hydrogen
6 December 2021
Uncertain investment environment means many proposed projects may not progress, says Verisk Maplecroft
UK’s ATI plans hydrogen passenger plane
6 December 2021
Liquid hydrogen is considered to be one of the best options for decarbonising aviation by firms in the sector
EU lacks hydrogen supply chain
3 December 2021
Supply chain in Europe must be strengthened if sector is to fulfil potential, say panelists
Petronas eyes Asian hydrogen markets
1 December 2021
Firm is moving ahead with green and blue hydrogen projects with goal of supplying existing LNG customers
EU targets €1.8/kg green hydrogen
30 November 2021
Goal announced at the start of European Hydrogen Week, which aims to bring together industry and policymakers
BP announces Teesside green hydrogen project
29 November 2021
Firm hopes to develop the region as the UK’s first major hydrogen transport hub
Schott receives €5mn for hydrogen technologies
26 November 2021
German glass manufacturer is looking at ways to replace natural gas with hydrogen in the heating of furnaces
AFC sells world’s first AEM fuel cell system
24 November 2021
Fuel cells use AEM technology, rather than the traditional alkaline liquid electrolyte technology historically used in alkaline fuel cell systems
Hydrogen tax credit advances to US Senate
23 November 2021
Measure will have sliding scale with four categories of carbon intensity
Neste moves ahead with Rotterdam electrolyser
23 November 2021
Multiplhy project has received funding from the EU and aims to decarbonise refinery processes at site in Rotterdam
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