Daily Archives: July 24, 2021

Agreement Signals The Start Of ‘The Hydrogen Age’

Today, Heliogen and Bloom Energy (BE) announced a partnership to produce “green hydrogen” – a powerful industrial energy source – using only concentrated solar power and water. This news is exciting to me as I believe hydrogen to be the world’s best candidate to solve what Bill Gates calls “The 75% Problem”: three-fourths of …

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The EU wants renewable Hydrogen on ‘Vast Scale’

The EU has set out ambitious plans to kick-start production of renewable hydrogen on a vast scale, part of a proposed overhaul of energy regulations, but uncertainty remains over the role of fossil fuel electricity and project finance. Private sector lenders and public backers have shown increasing interest in replacing fossil fuel …

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Advent” Part of Greek Ministry ‘Hydrogen Wave’

Advent Technologies  announced that it has been nominated by the Greek Ministry of Development and Investment to be part of the first wave of Important Projects of Common European Interest (“IPCEI”) on Hydrogen. Advent has also been selected by the Ministry to be the Coordinator of Technology Field 2 dedicated …

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‘Hydrogen Olympics’ Has Tokyo set the bar to high

Tokyo 2020 is meant to be the “hydrogen Olympics” — a showcase for Japan’s aspiration to make the lightest element in the periodic table the fuel of the 21st century, and a central technology in the drive to net-zero carbon emissions. After a team of Japanese engineers spent months developing …

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Rotterdam Focuses on Green Hydrogen

How the construction of Shell Hydrogen Holland I — the very first hydrogen factory — gives a boost to the green hydrogen economy in the Netherlands. A discussion between Randolf Weterings from the Port of Rotterdam Authority and Lijs Groenendaal of Shell. ‘No one in the world has ever done …

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