Europe

Lhyfe and ENERPARC AG join forces to Produce Hydrogen

In Germany, in Brandenburg, Lhyfe will couple its hydrogen production system to the 20 MW photovoltaic installation of ENERPARC, one of Germany’s largest photovoltaic developers. Based in Luckau, Brandenburg, this project is intended to serve industry, transport companies, filling stations and municipalities in the region. Renewable hydrogen is being widely …

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Spain’s renewable Hydrogen Consortium Launched

Earlier this week saw the launch of SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), which represents the largest consortium in the country dedicated to the production and promotion of renewable hydrogen. It consists of 22 large companies and 11 entities (such as associations and universities) with the goal of carrying out projects in 10 of …

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Hydrogen Vehicles to ‘Evolve in the Future’

HYDROGEN vehicles have received billions of pounds of investment into them in recent years and they could help reduce emissions from some of the most-polluting vehicles on UK roads. Hydrogen fuel cell technology has been the focus of many recent investments, with Governments, organisations and automakers all pledging funds to the promising …

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Equinor submits plans for landmark Hydrogen Facility in Hull

Equinor has submitted plans for its 600MW hydrogen production facility in Hull to the Government, which will sit at the heart of Humber’s Zero Carbon Cluster project. Image credit: px Group Equinor has formally submitted plans for its Hydrogen to Humber (H2H) Saltend project through phase two of the Government’s …

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BP to explore Hydrogen supply to Spanish tile Co

UK oil-and-gas major BP Plc  said on Tuesday it had signed collaboration agreements with two ceramics industry associations in Spain to explore and develop decarbonisation solutions for domestic tile manufacturers, including the supply of hydrogen and bio-methane. The agreements with Ascer, the national association of ceramic tiles manufacturers, and Anffecc, …

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Green Hydrogen could be vital decarbonising Ireland

Green hydrogen, produced using renewable electricity – especially from offshore wind generation – can play a vital role in decarbonising Ireland, while making the country’s energy supply more secure, according to a report issued on Wednesday. The analysis by Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions (GDG) shows how abundant wind energy resources could …

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UK launches Hydrogen BECCS Funding Programme

THE UK Government has launched a £5m (US$6.8m) funding programme to support development of new technologies that will generate hydrogen via BECCS. Bioenergy with carbon capture and storage, or BECCS, is combustion of biomass to generate energy with CCS. It can be used to generate hydrogen from biomass and waste. …

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Midlands at forefront of Hydrogen innovation with HyDEX scheme

A new programme called HyDEX has been launched in the Midlands with hopes of fostering a new hydrogen economy Bringing together the university partners in the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA), with multinational businesses, SMEs and other partners HyDEX will push for innovation in hydrogen, build markets and the supply chain, and support the skills needed for the …

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UK can blend 20pc Hydrogen from 2023 – Operators

The UK’s network of gas pipes can be ready to deliver 20pc hydrogen to homes and businesses from 2023, according to the Hydrogen Blending Plan released by gas industry body the Energy Networks Association (ENA). Blending this level of hydrogen into the gas grid would be possible without upgrading any cookers, boilers …

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Data Centre First to install Hydrogen-ready fuel cell

A data centre in Manchester has become the first in the UK to install a hydrogen-ready fuel cell. Cloud hosting and data centre operator Teledata is working with Conrad Energy, Electricity North West (Construction & Maintenance) Limited and Bloom Energy to install the scalable 1.2MW hydrogen-ready fuel cell microgrid at …

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