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California allocates $45 million to kick-start offshore wind in a $2 Billion Clean Energy Budget

California’s Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a state budget proposal for the 2022-2023 fiscal year on 10 January, following the revision issued in May 2021 which dedicated USD 20 million for offshore wind activities. The budget proposed now raises this to USD 45 million. The USD 2 billion budget for the Clean Energy …

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Green fuel revolution could change fortunes of offshore wind in Atlantic Canada

Maritime province Nova Scotia’s exceptional wind speeds could finally be tapped using hydrogen to spur commercialisation of the resource and transform the rocky peninsula into a hub for low carbon fuels and shipping, writes Scott Urquhart The province of Nova Scotia on Canada’s east coast is home to some of …

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Sweden Pushes For H2 Real Green Steel

HYBRIT and H2 Green Steel have launched projects in Sweden with a target to manufacture 10 million tonnes (mt) of fossil fuel-free crude (green) steel per year by 2030. Success, of course, depends on the numbers adding up, or rather, the numbers going down. To make green steel, you need …

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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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Strohm, Seanovent partner on Offshore Wind-Hydrogen

Seanovent Engineering and Strohm have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on offshore wind-to-hydrogen developments around the world. The partnership will focus on developing safe and dependable hydrogen transfer solutions that will enable and improve the distributed green hydrogen concept, whereby green hydrogen is generated in each wind turbine …

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Green Hydrogen From Expanded Wind Power in China

China is the world’s largest producer of hydrogen—currently chiefly an industrial feedstock consumed by the chemical and refining industries—and overwhelmingly produces it from coal emitting CO2, termed “black” hydrogen. China also leads the world in wind power generation, with 61% of its onshore wind capacity located in windy northern regions, …

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African Wind Body launched to scale up Green Energy

he Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has launched a wind body in Africa to help accelerate green energy development across the continent. Africa WindPower (AWP) offers a platform for dialogue between the wind industry and government stakeholders, with the ultimate goal of scaling up wind project development and deployment in the continent. …

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