Green Renewable Energy

Deeside firm wins grant to advance waste-to-hydrogen fuel technology

Paul Willacy, managing director of Compact Syngas Solutions. A North Wales gasification pioneer aims to seal the UK’s low-carbon future after winning a Government grant worth nearly £300,000 to develop waste-to-hydrogen production technology, innovation funding specialist Catax can reveal. Deeside-based Compact Syngas Solutions (CSS) has secured £299,886 from the Department …

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Oman to launch national firm focussed on green hydrogen projects

The new firm will be a wholly owned subsidiary of the country’s energy transition champion Energy Development Oman, or EDO. RIYADH: Oman is planning to launch a national energy firm, Hydrogen Development Oman, focusing on green hydrogen projects, MEED reported. The new firm will be a wholly owned subsidiary of …

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OPINION | How to start a successful giga-scale green hydrogen project

SA is working to capitalise on the opportunities offered by the green hydrogen sector. Getty Images As global appetite for giga-scale green hydrogen projects grows, the business risks associated with getting this promising industry out of the starting blocks are considerable. Here’s how it should be done, say Alessandra Pardini …

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Hy2B Wasserstoff to build 5-MW electrolysis plant to produce green hydrogen

Simulation of the 5-MW electrolysis plant in Pfeffenhausen, Bavaria. Image by Hy2B Hydrogen GmbH. Hy2B Wasserstoff GmbH is planning to build a 5-MW electrolyser in Bavaria which should start producing green hydrogen for the local mobility sector in the second half of 2023. Munich-based engineering company Kraftanlagen Energies & Services …

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GAIL to install 10-MW green hydrogen plant in India’s Madhya Pradesh

Hydrogen tanks. Source: US Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy   State-owned natural gas processor and distributor GAIL India Ltd (BOM:532155) will build a 10-MW green hydrogen production facility powered by renewables at one of its locations in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The company said in a bourse …

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China readies for post-2025 green hydrogen boom

China’s new green hydrogen development plan treads carefully, but experts expect a boom after 2025. The unveiling in late March by China’s top planning body of a hydrogen development plan that runs through 2035 and lays out initial targets for a green hydrogen roll-out is largely seen as lowballing what …

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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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Lhyfe Taps Strohm for Green Hydrogen Transport Solution

  The Netherlands-based thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) manufacturer Strohm and French renewable hydrogen supplier Lhyfe have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cooperate on developing solutions for onshore and offshore hydrogen transport, with initial plans to launch the first floating wind turbine to be integrated with a hydrogen production …

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Zinc giant seals 9GW wind and solar pipeline for Australian green hydrogen plans

Cullerin Range wind farm. Ark Energy Corp, the offshoot of Korea Zinc, has sealed the purchase of a 9GW pipeline of wind and solar projects as it plots its expansion into green hydrogen production. Ark Energy has completed the purchase of Epuron Holdings, originally announced just before Christmas last year, …

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CMA CGM partners with green hydrogen production demonstrator

   Photo: CMA CGM CMA CGM has become a partner of the Jupiter 1000 project, a demonstrator in Fos-sur-Mer set to produce green hydrogen and e-methanol from renewable energy. Jupiter 1000 is a pilot project by GRTgaz which aims to use renewable energy in times of surplus to create low-carbon …

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