Daily Archives: July 5, 2021

Worley Design Green Hydrogen Facility in Ireland

Energy EPC company Worley has been appointed by energy company EI-H2 to help develop what’s been referred to as Ireland’s first commercial-scale green hydrogen production facility. Worley’s technical and commercial experts will be developing the concept design for the 50MW facility, which will be located in Aghada, close to the …

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Grand Inga Project: Green Hydrogen, Equity and Ethics

With recent announcements by Australian-based Fortescue Metals Group on their plans to develop Inga for green hydrogen exports, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) now needs to address issues of equality and ethics if they are to attract the necessary funding for the project. This speaks to not only the …

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the Hydrogen Limousine Can Be Pre-Ordered!

t’s a breakthrough that will delight those interested in hydrogen vehicles. In fact, before the advent of electric car brands like Tesla, most experts expected that hydrogen would become the energy source of the future. However, as you can see for yourself, the reality is very different. One of the …

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Planes, Trains, But Not Automobiles

In just the last week, General Motors signed agreements with not one but two companies to develop applications for its Hydrotec hydrogen fuel cell systems. At first glance, that might seem a little surprising, since last week we also saw Honda discontinue its hydrogen fuel cell-powered version of the Clarity. That …

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