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Plug Power – H2 from water in a California Drought

The facility in Fresno County, announced Monday, will take recycled water from a new wastewater treatment plant and strip hydrogen from it, while the remainder goes to a nearby community. The plant will produce 30 metric tons of hydrogen each day, using electrolyzers to break water into hydrogen and oxygen, …

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UK – Hydrogen projects to create 17k green jobs

Up to 17,000 high-tech and green jobs can be created in Britain if £4.4 billion ($6 billion) of planned investments in hydrogen projects are implemented, according to a new study released by Energy Networks Association (ENA). The Gas Goes Green Innovation Impacts report states that over 9,000 of the jobs would be …

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Sustainable Energy—A Hidden Agenda of Russia’s 2021

The Sixth Eastern Economic Forum 2021 (EEF-2021), which convened delegations from 60 countries, took place this September, in Vladivostok, at the Far Eastern Federal University. A symbol of Russia’s “Pivot to Asia” strategy and its growing socio-economic, business, and cultural integration in the Asia-Pacific region, the EEF was inaugurated in …

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NYK and BP to collaborate on future fuels

Japanese shipping giant Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) has joined forces with London-based supermajor BP to collaborate on future fuels and transportation solutions to help industrial sectors, including shipping, decarbonise. For shipping, the companies will collaborate and identify opportunities to help transition from current marine fuels to alternatives such as LNG, …

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Woodside Supports Hydrogen Busess in South Korea

Woodside has joined five parties to establish the HyStation company, which aims to construct and operate hydrogen refuelling stations to service public transport bus fleets in South Korea. Woodside is the only foreign direct investor in HyStation from the energy sector, joining South Korean stateowned gas company KOGAS, Hydrogenic Energy …

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Petronas and Eneos – H2 supply – Malaysia and Japan.

PETRONAS and ENOS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop a competitive, clean hydrogen supply chain between Malaysia and Japan, and to explore other hydrogen opportunities. The two companies will run a joint study which will look at hydrogen production and also its transportation in methylcyclohexane (MCH) …

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German Draft Law Looks at H2 Grid Access Fees

Germany’s regulated hydrogen grids will be allowed a higher return on equity than the operators of gas or power grids, according to draft legislation presented today by the ministry of economic affairs and energy. Consultation for the draft law on hydrogen grid access fees will last until 10 September. The …

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Bring on the H2 Revolution – Turn Hype into Business

The hydrogen revolution is getting closer and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is set to lead the way in this development, here we learn more The advancing climate change calls for new solutions. The Finnish Government has set a goal to become carbon neutral by 2035, and the European Union by …

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Hydrogen Export Project for Artic Region

The RF Ministry for the development of the Russian Far East and the Arctic, the government of Kamchatka Kray, and H2 Chistaya Energetika (Clean Energy) signed an agreement to start preliminary studies of the Penzhinskaya tidal power plant project during the Eastern Economic Forum. The parties expect to start hydrogen …

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