Daily Archives: September 10, 2021

Renewable Hydrogen Production Growing Faster

The electrolyzer sector is scaling up much faster than expected, both in terms of the size of plants being built and the number of orders, manufacturer Cummins said at the First Element hydrogen conference Sept. 7. Cost reductions were also accelerating from increased scale, as well as from advances in …

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Australia’s potential as a “Green” Hydrogen Superpower

In the lead-up to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in November, the world is looking for nations to step up in the clean energy sector. Australia, with its plentiful resources, economic capacity and established trade connectivity is perfectly poised to become a leader in that step-up – specifically as …

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Genesis Goes All In For Electric and Hydrogen

Hyundai Motor’s luxury brand aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2035By Baek Byung-yeulKorea’s top automaker Hyundai Motor is aligning with the global trend of revamping existing vehicles powered by internal combustion engines. Hyundai said Thursday that its signature Genesis brand will no longer produce vehicles powered by conventional engines.The timeline …

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Green Hydrogen outfit Corre Energy to list in Dublin

Energy storage outfit Corre Energy announced plans to raise fresh capital and float on the Irish stock Exchange. The company, which stores compressed air and green hydrogen in underground caverns at grid scale, was looking to raise €10.0m through a placing of new shares. It would also pursue a listing on the …

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