Author: Vincent Lauerman
The future of e-fuels – part one: Maritime shipping
3 August 2021
Price of green ammonia could fall to challenge fuel oil as capex and renewable electricity costs come down
British Columbia’s comprehensive hydrogen strategy
28 July 2021
Province commits to financial incentives and direct support for hydrogen industry and eyes potential as exporter
Hydrogen on track for passenger and freight rail
9 July 2021
Europe leads way with passenger trains while North America focuses on locomotives for freight
Canada moving on blue hydrogen
21 June 2021
Unveiling of major new projects this month signals start of push to meet clean hydrogen strategy goals
Compressed hydrogen a potential option for shipping
14 June 2021
Ships could be better-suited to short-haul voyages, offering market scalability, according to Global Energy Ventures
Hydrogen Optimized targets large-scale electrolyser market
14 May 2021
Canadian company working with ABB to develop market for its unipolar electrolysis technology
Fuel-cell competition heats up as rivals target heavy-duty mobility
10 May 2021
Diesel engine supplier Cummins emerges as significant competitor with target of $400mn electrolyser sales by 2025
The Japan-South Korea hydrogen sweepstakes
5 May 2021
Both energy-poor countries are expected to be importing blue and green hydrogen in volume by 2028-30
Canada launches first hydrogen hub
29 April 2021
Edmonton offers blueprint for future projects as Canada eyes export revenue
Proton’s potential ultra-low cost hydrogen solution
16 April 2021
The Canadian firm's process extracts hydrogen from old oil and gas wells
Fortescue bets big on green hydrogen
14 April 2021
Iron ore miner eyes massive push into renewables and clean gas production
Saudi Arabia sees Irena’s hydrogen vision
29 March 2021
Kingdom has the goal of becoming the global leader in clean hydrogen production and exports
Anglo American leads the green hydrogen mining pack
23 March 2021
Locally produced green hydrogen could be a cheaper fuel source than diesel at remote mine locations
Mining companies eyeing green hydrogen
15 March 2021
At remote locations, hydrogen produced using electrolysers could be competitive with transporting in diesel
Ballard’s future bright despite tough 2020
15 March 2021
Fuel cell manufacturer extended losses due to the pandemic but has recently signed a heavy-duty railroad deal
Pilot projects prove H2 role in cement decarbonisation
8 March 2021
Hydrogen can take a relatively limited role in cement manufacturing, to decarbonise the heating component of the industry’s huge CO2 emissions
Nuclear power too expensive for hydrogen production
25 February 2021
Senior UN IPCC figure says reactors are not competitive with other low-carbon forms of power generation so the industry would require substantial subsidies to produce H2 on either side of the Atlantic
Hydrogen advances mean green steel on the horizon
22 February 2021
Steelmakers have been successfully operating hydrogen-based pilot projects in the hard-to-abate sector and expect decarbonised steel to be on the market by mid-decade
Ballard Power is shifting gears
15 February 2021
Fuel-cell company has made several recent agreements and is on the lookout for acquisitions and joint ventures
Cummins makes headway in hydrogen
5 February 2021
Heavy-duty diesel engine manufacturer is making inroads into electrolyser and fuel-cell markets
Air Liquide completes world’s largest electrolyser
3 February 2021
The French firm made a strategic shift to low-carbon hydrogen and is engaged in several large-scale projects around the world
California’s H2 vehicle market swayed by countervailing forces
26 January 2021
New state funding should help fuel-cell vehicles reduce the huge sales gap with battery electric equivalents—if national tax credits are reinstated
Alberta and Quebec to battle for hydrogen supremacy
14 January 2021
The relative contributions of blue and green hydrogen will determine how the sector develops over the next decade
Canada’s very blue hydrogen roadmap
7 January 2021
The strategy has attracted support from Alberta, but only anger from environmental groups
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