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Future Net-Zero Necessities

COP26 underlined the need for a net-zero future in aviation and aerospace. But following a particularly testing period for the sector, how can we hope to come to a solution? The answer, according to Ian Risk, chief technology officer at the Centre for Modelling and Simulation, lies in collaboration and innovation. …

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Hydrogen lower emissions can push China to Carbon Neutrality

China has set itself a target of achieving carbon neutrality by 2060, but how it will reach the goal is unclear. According to a recent report by oil and gas multinational Royal Dutch Shell, one way China could build a carbon-neutral energy system before 2060 is by focusing on hydrogen, biofuels …

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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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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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SoCalGas Continues Transition of Fleet to Hydrogen

Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) has received 23 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (HFCEV), marking the company’s first purchase of hydrogen-powered vehicles. The company plans to expand its fleet of HFCEVs to 50 next month. These HFCEVs are an important step for SoCalGas in decarbonizing its fleet and supports …

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Whether Green, Blue, or Turquoise, H2 needs to be clean and cheap

Low-cost fossil fuel resources are finite. Someday it will simply not be possible to burn oil, natural gas, and coal for the affordable heat, electricity, and motive power humans need to power their prosperous societies. When “someday” will occur is debatable, but the environmental and economic costs of delaying the …

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Saudi Arabia – Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Based Transport

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia signed eight Memoranda of Understanding on Thursday with a number of entities for implementing pilot projects for hydrogen fuel cell based cars, buses and trains, transportation applications and sustainable jet fuel production in selected areas and on roads in various cities of the kingdom. The minister of …

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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 Cheaper than Grey within Two Years?

Green hydrogen is set to become cost-competitive with grey H2 derived from unabated fossil fuels within two years, according to a new report by analyst Rethink Energy. “With the promised economies of scale of this production buildout, as well as a plummeting cost of renewables, and a rising cost of carbon, …

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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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