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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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Producing Clean Hydrogen from Solar and Wood Chips

In the global race to curb climate change and reduce carbon emissions, hydrogen is considered a serious contender to replace fossil fuels. Although hydrogen ‘burns’ cleanly, with only water as a by-product, the current way of making hydrogen a reliable fuel alternative is energy- and carbon-intensive. Whether water is split …

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France’s Lhyfe to Produce Green H2 from Solar Energy in Germany

French green hydrogen producer Lhyfe has signed its first project powered by solar photovoltaics in Germany, which is intended to serve local industries, transport companies, filling stations and municipalities. The 5 MW plant, which will be wholly owned by Lhyfe, is expected to up to 1200 kg of green hydrogen a …

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Hero Future Energies and Ohmium develop Hydrogen Facilities in India, Europe and the UK.

India-based renewable project developer Hero Future Energies (HFE) has partnered with green hydrogen firm Ohmium International to build 1GW of green hydrogen production capacity in India, Europe and the UK. HFE has experience in developing solar, wind and hybrid battery energy storage system projects, while Ohmium designs and manufactures polymer …

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Lightsource bp partners with Portuguese utility – Solar and Green Hydrogen

Portuguese gas utility Dourogás has formed a joint venture with Lightsource bp aimed at accelerating Portugal’s energy transition through the deployment of solar and green hydrogen capacity. Dourogás and Lightsource bp will deploy eight green hydrogen production sites and up to 200MWp of solar energy capacity to power the 130 …

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Hydrogen Economy & Wind Power H2 Production

Hydrogen economy is a future economic structure of energy using hydrogen as a medium, which was put forward in the 1970s. Hydrogen is a clean energy source that burns to produce water without producing any pollutants. In the process, renewable energy such as solar, wind, and water is converted into …

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Getting real about the Hydrogen Economy

Hydrogen is frequently touted as a major player in decarbonisation, and it is. But it will only be used at scale much later, and at a much lower level than solar and wind. Countries including China, Japan, South Korea and Australia have established national plans to facilitate hydrogen development. Some …

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African Nation aiming to be a H2 Superpower

So now finally, we’re on the map,” says Philip Balhoa about Lüderitz, a town in southern Namibia, where harsh desert meets pale ocean. The port town has previously benefited from diamonds and fishing booms, but now struggles with high rates of unemployment and aging infrastructure. A proposed green hydrogen project …

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Korea Zinc buys Australian Wind to power Hydrogen

MELBOURNE: An arm of Korea Zinc said on Thursday it will buy out an Australian wind and solar energy developer with a big pipeline of projects to help decarbonise its zinc metal processes and to power green hydrogen production. The South Korean zinc giant’s Australian clean energy arm Ark Energy …

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Fuel for Aircraft made using Just Air and Sunlight

To advance a cleaner fuel, what if an aircraft fuel could be created from sunlight and air? This is a research area being investigated by the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, based in Switzerland, in the form of a new type of solar reactor. The outcome of this research question has seen …

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