Daily Archives: July 13, 2021

Hydrogen Car Maker – Acceleration and Collaboration

    Siemens’ engineers and digital tools have accelerated Powys-based hydrogen car maker Riversimple’s ambition to build the world’s most sustainable car factory in Wales. Using a 48-hour virtual hackathon Siemens leveraged its engineering talent and digital tools to optimise design for the new production facility due to open in …

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Neptune Energy Signs on UK Blue Hydrogen

Private equity-backed operator Neptune Energy has signed a series of new agreements to progress with its proposed blue hydrogen and carbon dioxide transport and storage scheme on the east coast of England. Neptune has entered into a memorandum of understanding with an unnamed organisation specialising in industrial gas generation for …

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Shell’s H2 Marine Fuel Hub Underway in Norway

Using natural gas from a local processing facility in Nyhamna, Norway, Shell, Aker Clean Hydrogen and Capeomega are interested in setting up a joint blue hydrogen operation, Aker Clean Hydrogen informs in a stock exchange notice. Shell operates gas field Ormen Lange on the Norwegian continental shelf and also runs the attached …

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The Hydrogen Century

Over 30 countries have released hydrogen roadmaps and governments worldwide have committed public funding in support of decarbonisation through hydrogen technologies. No less than 228 large-scale projects have been announced along the value chain, with 85% located in Europe, Asia, and Australia. These include large-scale industrial usage, transport applications, integrated …

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