Daily Archives: September 8, 2021

Novatek to use 50% H2 fueled turbines for new projects

VLADIVOSTOK –  Russian independent gas producer Novatek is going to use 50% hydrogen fueled turbines for its new projects, the company’s CEO, Leonid Mikhelson, told reporters on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum. “At our next facilities, we will use at least 50% hydrogen turbines,” he said. In August, …

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Siemens Energy forms hydrogen team in Japan

The Japanese subsidiary of Siemens Energy and Toray Industries are partnering on a green hydrogen project to develop polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis based on a new membrane technology. The duo will receive funding through Japan’s Green Hydrogen Project under the Green Innovation Funding Program organised by the Japanese Ministry …

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$12.4tr: The cost of Greening Asia’s Transport

Asia emits half the world’s carbon dioxide, but China, Japan and South Korea are now embarking on net-zero carbon plans. How much is this going to cost in terms of new electricity generation capacity? We estimate $12.4tr for just the transport sector alone. Here are the main points of our major …

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Hydrogen Export Project for Artic Region

The RF Ministry for the development of the Russian Far East and the Arctic, the government of Kamchatka Kray, and H2 Chistaya Energetika (Clean Energy) signed an agreement to start preliminary studies of the Penzhinskaya tidal power plant project during the Eastern Economic Forum. The parties expect to start hydrogen …

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Asia’s race to Net-Zero: China

China is the world’s biggest emitter of carbon dioxide. Its increasingly upper-middle-income economy is becoming a mass market for technology manufacturing. China has the biggest fleet of electric vehicles in the world but is still heavily reliant on fossil fuels. The environment, however, is becoming an ever more important political …

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