Daily Archives: January 2, 2022

Agreement signed to boost H2 rail transport in Hungary

Alstom and MOL, Hungary’s leading oil and gas company, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to structure cooperation in examining the use of hydrogen technology in rail transportation. By signing the MoU the parties have taken a step towards the decarbonisation of Hungary’s rail transport network. MOL Group produces …

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Eyes Turn To The United Kingdom for H2 Energy Leadership

It was not coincidental that the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) and its signature agreement to keep global temperature rise at or below 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, the Glasgow Climate Accord, was signed in the United Kingdom: The country is eager to position itself as a leader …

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Hydrogen a controversial priority in New Mexico

An emerging hydrogen energy industry was a key priority of the administration of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham during the regular 2022 Legislative Session scheduled to commence next month. And while the governor and other policy leaders in New Mexico touted hydrogen as  a cleaner, less-polluting energy source than higher-carbon fuels like …

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Hydrogen Plans Gather Steam at Utilities

Utilities continued to pursue the development of a clean hydrogen economy in the fourth quarter, though a major setback to federal hydrogen policy may present a hurdle for the industry’s early adopters. Utility executives detailed their progress advancing hydrogen pilot projects and outlined the fuel’s role in their decarbonization strategies …

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H2 production to see 5000% increase by 2026

Following decades of false starts and regular stumbles, H2 production now appears to be on its way and the hydrogen economy is ready for major growth, says a new report. Throughout 2020, countries and industries worldwide have announced hydrogen economy intentions. Countries and industries worldwide are taking action to invest in …

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