Blue Hydrogen

‘White elephants’ | Green hydrogen will be cheaper than blue H2 in all parts of world by 2030, says BNEF

BNEF global head of strategy Kobad Bhavnagri speaking at the Green Hydrogen Global Assembly in Barcelona on Tuesday morning. Photo: Hydrogen Australia Tenfold reduction in cost of electrolysers and cheap renewable energy present ‘serious problem’ for investments in blue hydrogen and will force gas companies to ‘think again’, explains research …

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Colours of hydrogen explained

Hydrogen has emerged as the energy technology that could help nations like Australia to decarbonise their economies. But did you know that, beyond green and blue hydrogen, there’s a whole rainbow of hydrogen types? Swinburne University of Technology’s Victorian Hydrogen Hub (VH2) is delving deeper than anyone has before to …

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Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana are in a heated national competition to land a hydrogen hub

                                ALISTER THORPE/Wikimedia Commons Ohio wants to become a blue hydrogen hub, a federally funded project proving the viability of a hydrogen value chain from production to end use. A total of $8 billion is up for grabs to states chosen to start one of four hydrogen hubs. The money …

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Aramco explores hydrogen energy cooperation with Thailand’s PTT

RIYADH: Saudi Arabian Oil Company, also known as Aramco, has joined hands with Thailand’s national oil company PTT, as it expands its footprints in Asia. Both the companies will work together in areas of blue and green hydrogen and various clean energy initiatives, according to a statement. The companies signed …

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World-First Hydrogen Project Coming To The Tees Valley

A pioneering hydrogen energy project set to be launched in the Tees Valley has today been welcomed by Mayor Ben Houchen. Northern Gas Networks (NGN) has been granted planning permission to use an area of land in the region for a world-first, to test hydrogen as a potential alternative to …

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Stanford University launches research initiative on hydrogen as climate solution

The Stanford Energy Hydrogen Initiative will fund research to evaluate hydrogen’s role in the transition to sustainable energy and the technologies, policies, and financial mechanisms to fulfill that role. The idea that a hydrogen economy could end dependence on fossil fuels has waxed and waned several times since 1970. Now, …

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What is the Difference Between Green Hydrogen and Blue Hydrogen?

Hydrogen is a fuel and feedstock material that has the advantage of “burning” without emitting carbon dioxide. However, it is produced with energy-intensive methods that can seriously detract from the sustainability benefit of greenhouse gas-free fuel. Efforts to overcome this challenge have resulted in the development of green and blue …

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British manufacturing giants pledge to power processes with locally-produced hydrogen

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Kellogs and PepsiCo are among the two-dozen manufacturers to have signed an agreement to source blue and green hydrogen generated in the UK to power their UK operations.   Pictured: Operations at Encirc’s plant near Ellesmere Port   HyNet North West, a collaborative initiative developing a …

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Uniper and Shell partner on blue hydrogen project

Image credit: The Humber Industrial Cluster Plan   Energy company Uniper has signed an agreement with Shell to advance plans to produce blue hydrogen at Uniper’s Killingholme power station site, in the East of England. The blue hydrogen, produced by the reformation of natural gas, could be used to decarbonise …

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BC to open office to accelerate hydrogen deployment

The Canadian province of British Columbia is establishing an office to expand hydrogen deployment rapidly and to streamline projects from proposal to construction. The BC Hydrogen Office will work with federal and local governments to help attract investments and simplify the multi-jurisdictional review and permitting processes. There are already 40 …

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