Daily Archives: November 2, 2021

Fresno- Largest Hydrogen plant on West Coast USA

Oil production in the San Joaquin Valley boomed after the discovery of “black gold” on the Kern River in 1899. In 2018, the City of Fresno was recognized in a report by the Environment California Research & Policy Center as the U.S. city with the second-highest solar power generating capacity …

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Global supply chain to power Japan’s Hydrogen

Kobe, Japan, Oct 29 (EFE).- Japan has completed the world’s first liquefied hydrogen transport tests by sea as part of an ambitious project to commercialize a hydrogen supply chain, from production to transportation, storage, and utilization, by 2030 The project operation base, which has attracted attention for its unprecedented scale, …

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Australia’s Hydrogen Revolution – Path to Prosperity

Days out from the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, the Morrison government on Tuesday announced a “practically achievable” path to reaching its new target of net-zero emissions by 2050. As expected, the government will pursue a “technology not taxes” approach – eschewing policies such as a carbon price in favour of …

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Rio Tinto, BlueScope study Hydrogen use for Steel

UK-Australian iron ore producer Rio Tinto and steel producer BlueScope will jointly explore low-carbon steel production using Pilbara iron ore, including the use of hydrogen to replace coking coal at BlueScope’s Port Kembla Steelworks in Australia. Rio Tinto and BlueScope will prioritise studying the use of green hydrogen, which is …

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