Monthly Archives: July 2021

Clean Hydrogen to Power Korea’s 5th largest Harbour

Korea’s fifth largest harbor will become 100 percent hydrogen-based starting in 2040, as part of the central government’s bid to neutralize carbon emissions and join international efforts to slow down global warming.Pyeongtaek-Dangjin Port on the west coast has been selected to become the country’s first major harbor that produces net-zero …

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Wind and Solar Facility Proposed in Western Australia.

A 50 gigawatt (GW) wind and solar power facility has been proposed in Western Australia. Its promoters say the Western Green Energy Hub (WGEH) would be the world’s biggest renewable energy hub. The group behind the proposed project include Intercontinental Energy and CWP Global. It is reported that the two companies have …

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H2 Shot – USA in the Clean Energy Market

The Hydrogen Shot establishes a framework and foundation for clean hydrogen deployment in the American Jobs Plan, which includes support for demonstration projects. Industries are beginning to implement clean hydrogen to reduce emissions, yet many hurdles remain to deploying it at scale. Currently, hydrogen from renewable energy costs about $5 …

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UWV receives $1.25 Million to Fuel a Clean Future

A recent $1.25 million award to West Virginia University will aid a project aimed at producing a higher amount of hydrogen gas – a clean fuel – with less electric power consumption. Produced clean hydrogen can benefit every sector of society ranging from household electrical power to electric vehicles to land-scale industry …

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The H2 Economy And The Battle For Zero-Carbon Supremacy

As the US ascent to global supremacy in the 20th century was inseparable from oil, global powers are now vying to control the key energy technologies of the future: renewable energy, batteries, digital networks, electric vehicles, and so on. Countries have a strategic interest in being technology makers, not technology …

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Russian Company’s interest in H2 – Hydrogen Trains

Russia is building on its 2020 roadmap for hydrogen production over the next decade, announcing a new working group to coordinate the country’s hydrogen production and exportation projects. With the development of a new working group, by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, to coordinate hydrogen projects, Russia appears to be …

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USA builds a model – for a successful Energy Transition

I have lived and worked in the US and Canada for almost 30 years. During that time, there have been multiple false starts in our efforts to reduce energy consumption and fight climate change. Today, however, I am optimistic: the challenges remain monumental, but the world is beginning to develop …

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MSC To Build World Oceangoing Hydrogen Cruise Ship

MSC Group’s Cruise Division, Fincantieri and Snam have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to mutually determine the conditions for the design and construction of an oceangoing hydrogen-fuelled cruise ship. This is said to be the world’s first oceangoing cruise vessel that would operate using hydrogen. As part of the …

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Bloom Energy, Heliogen partner on Green Hydrogen

Heliogen and Bloom Energy (NYSE:BE) will partner to produce green hydrogen from water and concentrated solar power, the California-based companies said last week. The partnership will pair power and steam, provided on an almost 24/7 basis by Heliogen’s Sunlight Refinery system, with Bloom Energy’s solid oxide electrolyser. The companies plan …

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Queensland’s First H2-Powered Cars Join Government Fleet

Five new hydrogen-powered Hyundai NEXOs have joined the Queensland Government’s fleet of 60 zero-emission vehicles, encouraging the development of renewable refueling stations with the goal of reaching 144 electric transport vehicles by the end of 2021. Queensland Hydrogen Minister, Mick de Brenni, said, “Transport is Australia’s second largest emitter after …

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