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‘White elephants’ | Green hydrogen will be cheaper than blue H2 in all parts of world by 2030, says BNEF

BNEF global head of strategy Kobad Bhavnagri speaking at the Green Hydrogen Global Assembly in Barcelona on Tuesday morning. Photo: Hydrogen Australia Tenfold reduction in cost of electrolysers and cheap renewable energy present ‘serious problem’ for investments in blue hydrogen and will force gas companies to ‘think again’, explains research …

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Port of Antwerp-Bruges & CMB.TECH prepare Hydrotug, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat

Port of Antwerp-Bruges and CMB.TECHwill soon welcome the Hydrotug, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat. The Hydrotug consists of two BeHydro V12 dual fuel medium speed engines that can run on hydrogen and traditional fuel. This ground-breaking development will be used by Port of Antwerp-Bruges as an important step in the transition …

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Aviation H2 joins forces with FalconAir to help deliver Australia’s first hydrogen plane

Aviation H2 has taken a crucial step in developing Australia’s first hydrogen-powered plane after forming a strategic partnership with charter operator FalconAir. The alliance with FalconAir – a specialist provider of charter and emergency medical evacuations in Australia and the Asia Pacific region – will grant Aviation H2 access to …

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Could Solid-State Hydrogen Storage Be a Serious Alternative to Batteries?

This medium releases 99.99 percent pure hydrogen, which could power electrical grids, hydrogen fuel cells, cars, or hydrogen-injected diesel trucks. Illustration by Eleni Dimou using Plasma Kinetics   Former computer-chip manufacturing engineer Paul Smith founded Plasma Kinetics in 2008. The Arizona-​based startup has developed “solid-state” hydrogen storage, essentially transferring the …

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Chariot strikes hydrogen supply MoU with Rotterdam

Chariot has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Port of Rotterdam on the supply of green hydrogen. © Supplied by Port of Rotterdam //Chariot has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Port of Rotterdam on the supply of green hydrogen from Mauritania. Picture shows; APMT Terminal …

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Maersk explores Egypt to accelerate hydrogen and green marine fuel production

Integrated container logistics company Maersk on Monday (28 March) said it has signed a partnership agreement with Egyptian authorities to explore the establishment of large-scale green fuel production in Egypt. In the presence of the Egyptian Prime Minister, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in a joint bid to …

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Aberdeen City Council and bp sign joint venture agreement to develop city hydrogen hub

bp to design, build and operate hub incorporating solar power, green hydrogen production and refuelling facility for transport Initial £3 million investment to fund design work to target production from 2024 Joint venture will also support supply chain development and hydrogen skills and training. Aberdeen City Council and bp have …

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Siemens and Bavaria sign hydrogen leasing agreement

REPRESENTATIVES of Bavarian Regional Rail (BRB) and Siemens Mobility signed a leasing contract for a prototype hydrogen train in Bavaria on March 15 in the presence of Bavaria’s economic affairs minister, Mr Hubert Aiwanger, and transport minister, Mr Christian Bernreiter. The lease agreement follows the signing of a letter of …

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Hopes for Hydrogen as China to tackle Carbon

Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are expected to experience a rapid expansion thanks to new global environmental goals, according to insiders and experts, who also acknowledge difficulties on the road to commercialization. In terms of developing new energy vehicles, electric and hydrogen fuel cells are regarded as the two major technologies. …

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