The Hydrogen Economy


The Hydrogen Economy is gathering with the power and presence of a global tsunami. The use of clean none polluting Hydrogen is being raised by parliamentarians, senators and congressmen throughout the world.


In economic terms, Hydrogen projects are huge, across Europe, in North and South America, in Asia and China. Not only in geographical regions but across multiple market sectors, The H2 economy is being rolled out across the world from H2 fuelled houses in Scotland, to Hydrogen trains in Germany, from heavy shipping in Norway to H2 fuel plants in New Zealand.


The financial investments in this new clean none polluting Hydrogen economy are unimaginable. World governments are setting a course for a none polluting Hydrogen sea, in reality, even here mighty ocean-going cargo vessels and huge passenger liners will be fuelled by zero-emission Hydrogen.
The Hydrogen economy is growing, and it is vast!


Tim Truelan


Editor in Chief.


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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California Legislators Push $300 Million Hydrogen Plan

  SONOMA, CA – JUNE 28: Actor and former governor of California Arnold California’s policymakers are lobbying for hydrogen fuel to play a larger role in the state’s economy. A bipartisan group of 20 legislators penned a letter to assembly leaders requesting that $300 million of a $500 million executive order on …

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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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A Hydrogen-Fuelled City – Reality Or Pipe Dream?

Occupying only two per cent of the world’s landmass but consuming over two-thirds of the world’s energy and accounting for more than 70 per cent of global CO2 emissions, our cities leave an enormous footprint. Now, more than ever before, we need smart energy solutions that work for these cosmopolitan …

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Fukushima’s Hydrogen-Powered ‘City of the Future’

Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture and Toyota Motor have unveiled plans to build a hydrogen-powered city. The goal is to achieve carbon neutrality and bring the technology to other areas across the country. The prefecture has been promoting the use of hydrogen energy since the 2011 nuclear accident. The project will begin …

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BP Ready To Join Blue Hydrogen Projects In Russia

ST. PETERSBURG (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – 03rd June, 2021) Russia can become a leader in the production of blue hydrogen, which is derived from natural gas with the use of CO2 capture, utilization and storage technologies, and UK energy company BP is ready to join such projects if state support is provided, BP Russia President David Campbell told Sputnik on the sidelines of …

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Clean Hydrogen’ Hub planned in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and energy industry officials announced Wednesday a plan to establish a hub for so-called clean hydrogen that someday could be used in everything from powering vehicles to energy generation. Burgum hailed the project as big part of the state’s plan of …

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California Can – Lead World – in H2 Clean Hydrogen

In the May Revision to his state budget proposal, Gov. Gavin Newsom added $110 million to support clean hydrogen production, recognizing the need for more clean hydrogen in the U.S. and the opportunity for California to dominate its development on a national and global scale. With sustainability and renewable energy …

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EU Puts $500 Billion on the table to fund H2 Projects.

Passengers boarding a hydrogen-powered train in Leipzig, Germany. (Peter Endig/DPA/AFP via Getty Images) On Wednesday, a dazzling light show of swirling windmills and dancing suns projected onto the Eiffel Tower announced France’s entry into the hydrogen age with the words “Le Paris de l’hydrogène” flashing in blue at the tower’s …

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Germany investing €8-B in Large Hydrogen Projects

Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economics (BMWi) and the Federal Ministry of Transport (BMVI) selected 62 large-scale hydrogen projects this week, which are to be state-funded as part of a joint European hydrogen project (Important Project of Common European Interest, IPCEI). We are making Germany a hydrogen country. In doing so, we are …

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