Tagged With Renewables
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
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
No quick fix for Germany’s green hydrogen roll-out
21 April 2021
Growing pressure to deploy green hydrogen as Germany phases out nuclear and coal
ScottishPower to develop green hydrogen plant
12 April 2021
Proposed facility will be sited next to the UK’s largest onshore windfarm
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
Offshore wind could power Scottish green hydrogen revolution
26 March 2021
Floating offshore windfarms could utilise huge untapped resource and make Scotland a major player in the northern European hydrogen economy
EU injects energy into Rabat’s green hydrogen drive
24 March 2021
Morocco’s renewables potential means it stands to gain hugely from soaring European interest in the clean fuel
Pure-play hydrogen stock prices plateau
22 March 2021
Valuations shot up last year, but many have since lost momentum. Does the investment outlook match the hype?
Cairo sees opportunity in green hydrogen
19 March 2021
Burgeoning solar and wind power capacity is fuelling Egyptian ambitions to enter the nascent international market
Green H2 can thrive on level playing field—CeraWeek
5 March 2021
Industry leaders are confident that demand in the most advanced countries will boom—so long as governments facilitate fair competition
Prototype plant produces cost-competitive green H2
3 March 2021
Heliogen uses concentrated solar power to create green hydrogen at a cost below the industry standard for grey hydrogen
BP and AWS tie-up shows value in transition partnerships–CeraWeek
2 March 2021
BP supplies Amazon Web Services with renewable energy, with cloud services provided in the other direction
Corporate PPAs could boost hydrogen deployment
26 February 2021
Is it time to level-up corporate energy procurement for low-carbon hydrogen, following the successful use of PPAs for renewable electricity?
Corporate PPAs could boost hydrogen deployment
26 February 2021
Is it time to level-up corporate energy procurement for low-carbon hydrogen, following the successful use of PPAs for renewable electricity?
Corporate PPAs could boost hydrogen deployment
26 February 2021
Is it time to level-up corporate energy procurement for low-carbon hydrogen, following the successful use of PPAs for renewable electricity?
BP CEO: Hydrogen is the most exciting technology—IP Week
24 February 2021
Bernard Looney is confident about the role of renewables in the future of BP, but insists oil and gas still play a role in every scenario
Q13a hydrogen pilot a clear vision of the energy transition—Neptune
23 February 2021
Offshore electrolyser will integrate into existing infrastructure with both the upstream windfarm and downstream industrial and domestic customers in sight
Renewable hydrogen could achieve cost-parity by 2028
17 February 2021
Hydrogen Council cautions that this would be possible only if capital were found to bridge large funding gap
Axpo to build green hydrogen business
15 February 2021
Swiss utility is creating new departments for hydrogen and batteries to complement its solar and wind activity
Australia bolsters green hydrogen push
11 February 2021
Green hydrogen has received a surge of support from government and industry, and is set to benefit from the country’s renewables boom
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
The ‘time is now’ for hydrogen – Baker Hughes AM 2021
2 February 2021
A clean-molecule solution is needed for hard-to-abate sectors and cost-competitiveness is within sight
Imported green hydrogen ‘will be cheaper than domestic’ by 2030
29 January 2021
Europe’s low-carbon hydrogen demand could be met by both domestic and imported production
ITM Power on track for global scale
15 January 2021
CEO Graham Cooley says scale and costs are now the focus for UK-based ITM Power, following the opening of the world’s biggest electrolyser factory
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
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