Tagged With Emissions
Hydrogen fuel a ‘dead end’ for net zero
25 January 2023
The fuel is expensive, inefficient and associated with worse environmental impacts than other options when it comes to heating and transport, argues Hydrogen Science Coalition
GH2 sets green ammonia protocol
16 January 2023
Ammonia must be produced from electrolytic hydrogen and have an emissions intensity of no more than 0.3kg CO₂e per kg to qualify as green
Outlook 2023: Next year must be the year of action for hydrogen
19 December 2022
Greater collaboration between governments, producers, OEMs and transport operators can make hydrogen a critical part of the solution for reaching global net-zero emissions
Honeywell and Johnson Matthey to offer blue hydrogen solution
16 December 2022
End-to-end technology will enable direct process emissions to be less than 0.1kg CO₂/kg hydrogen
Price and carbon intensity more important than colour – J-Power
4 April 2022
Multiple methods of production will be needed to hedge against energy security risk, according to Japanese utility
Greenwashing disputes on the rise
30 March 2022
Government enforcement actions and civil suits alleging greenwashing are increasing through a myriad of different laws, including securities regulations and consumer protection legislation
Snam and Tenova join forces on hydrogen steel offering
13 January 2022
The two companies will work together over the next three years to design technology offering for industrial customers
Oil majors see 2030 tipping point for clean hydrogen
23 September 2021
Governments support initial expansion before new phase of competition kicks in, executives tell industry event
Blue hydrogen emissions claims under spotlight
14 September 2021
Assumptions of academic paper highlighting the emissions of blue hydrogen deemed inaccurate by critics
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