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Hydrogen – Hottest Thing – in Green Energy

Solar panels and wind turbines can’t clean up everything. Making steel, for instance, calls for higher temperatures than traditional electric furnaces can deliver. That’s why plans for blunting climate change now envision a big role for hydrogen in curbing industrial emissions and for powering cars, trucks and ships. So-called green …

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Italy seeks up to 1.5 Billion -Giant Electrolyser Plant

MILAN – Italy plans to raise up to 1.5 billion euros ($1.79 billion) to build a 1 gigawatt-per-year electrolyser factory as part of plans to become a European green hydrogen hub, internal documents and sources said. Hydrogen is gaining traction as a form of energy as the European Union seeks …

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MAN acquires 99% stake in H2 Electroyzer firm H-TEC

German-based engine maker MAN Energy Solutions is stepping up its investment in future hydrogen production technology. The company is taking full control of electrolyzer manufacturer H-TEC Systems. MAN, which already held 40 percent of H-TECH from a 2019 deal, is acquiring the controlling stake from majority owner GP Joule. MAN will now …

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The World’s first Hydrogen Hotel opens in Japan

The first hotel on the planet to be powered entirely by waste has been opened by Tokyu Hotels in the Japanese capital. In a breakthrough for sustainable travel, Tokyu Hotels has created the first carbon-neutral hotel in the world to be powered by hydrogen, sourced from waste products. Situated in the city …

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Finding a Friend in Green Hydrogen Russia

Fortescue Metals Group chairman Andrew Forrest says the company has been warmly welcomed in Russia where it is considering hydropower and green hydrogen projects. Russia’s ambassador to Australia, Alexey Pavlovsky, confirmed the Fortescue interest in projects in the far east of the country. Andrew Forrest and Russia’s Minister of Industry …

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University of California Irvine’s Views on Hydrogen

As a Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace and Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of California Irvine, Jack Brouwer is keenly aware of the challenge of informing the public and policymakers about the crucial role of hydrogen in achieving our zero-emissions goals. In his role as the Director of …

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Britain can win the race for Hydrogen Supremacy

Japan has made an unprecedented commitment to hydrogen power as an alternative energy source, investing US$19.2 billion in the technology in new funding alone. As first out of the starting blocks, Japan has staked its claim as the world leader in the industry. We are at a critical juncture, however, …

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EU, UK Hydrogen Supply to Surpass Demand by 2050

-European and UK green and blue hydrogen supply could exceed projected demand by 2050, said market participants at European Hydrogen Backbone (EHB) event on 15 June. The EU and UK hydrogen demand is expected to be on average 2,150-750TWh corresponding to 20-25% of EU and UK final energy consumption by …

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Road to Green Hydrogen – Paved with Collaboration

At the atomic level, hydrogen is a deceptively simple molecule: just two protons sharing two electrons. When it comes to using that molecule as a low-carbon energy solution, things get a whole lot more complicated. Hydrogen has been a big topic lately in the world of climate action. That’s particularly …

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German Companies Launch Global – H2 Foundation

Xinhua  Sixteen German companies, including Siemens Energy and Thyssenkrupp, have launched the H2Global Foundation to promote green hydrogen, the country’s Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) The foundation aims to establish a functioning international market for green hydrogen, according to the ministry, which is contributing 900 million euros …

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