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Nel and Statkraft pave the way for a green hydrogen value chain in Norway

Hydrogen technology company Nel and Europe’s largest supplier of renewable energy, Statkraft, newly signed a contract for delivery of 40 MW electrolysers and will thus collaborate to create a strong value chain for production of green hydrogen in Norway. “We are determined that we will contribute towards making Norway a leading producer of renewable hydrogen, … Continue reading Nel and Statkraft pave the way for a green hydrogen value chain in Norway

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Iberdrola will invest more than 1,100 million euros in a green hydrogen plant in Australia

Iberdrola Australia and hydrogen developer ABEL Energy will build a green hydrogen and green methanol production plant at Bell Bay in northern Tasmania (Australia). The project, called Bell Bay Powerfuels, is backed by the Australian government and will involve an investment of €1.1 billion.  Bell Bay Powerfuels will produce 200,000 tonnes of green methanol per … Continue reading Iberdrola will invest more than 1,100 million euros in a green hydrogen plant in Australia

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Green Fuels for Denmark receives Danish IPCEI funding

The Danish Business Authority has awarded the Danish Power-to-X flagship project ‘Green Fuels for Denmark’ DKK 600 million as part of Denmark’s participation in the European IPCEI programme. The funding will go towards realising Green Fuels for Denmark’s first phases of 10 MW, 100 MW and 300 MW, respectively. The Green Fuels for Denmark consortium … Continue reading Green Fuels for Denmark receives Danish IPCEI funding

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The H2Med pipeline will transport 2 million tons of green hydrogen per year between Spain, Portugal and France

Spain, Portugal and France have presented this Friday the first details of the H2Med pipeline -formerly known as BarMar- which will transport some 2 million tons of green hydrogen per year to France and Portugal through Barcelona and Zamora. The corridor, which is expected to send only green hydrogen, will cost around 2.5 billion euros … Continue reading The H2Med pipeline will transport 2 million tons of green hydrogen per year between Spain, Portugal and France

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RWE and Hyphen explore offtake of green ammonia from Namibia

RWE and Hyphen Hydrogen Energy (Hyphen) have signed a memorandum of understanding that could see RWE offtake up to 300,000 tons of green ammonia* per year from Namibia.  Hyphen was appointed preferred bidder by the Namibian government to develop the first green hydrogen project in Namibia for export. By 2027 the project aims to annually … Continue reading RWE and Hyphen explore offtake of green ammonia from Namibia

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Accelerated approvals needed for renewables and green hydrogen to achieve climate goals and energy security

A new global commission focused on speeding up planning and approvals for the massive deployment of renewables and green hydrogen needed to address climate change and energy security was launched today at the COP27 climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. 10,800 gigawatts (GW) of installed renewables capacity will be needed by 2030 to keep 1.5°C … Continue reading Accelerated approvals needed for renewables and green hydrogen to achieve climate goals and energy security

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IRENA and UNIDO Support Global Energy Transition Through Green Hydrogen

Today, Francesco La Camera, the Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and Gerd Müller, the Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) have signed a joint declaration on advancing sustainable energy through the fundamental role of green hydrogen. In their statement made at the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm … Continue reading IRENA and UNIDO Support Global Energy Transition Through Green Hydrogen

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Supply green hydrogen to CAF in Zaragoza for the dynamic tests of the demonstrator train of the FCH2RAIL project

The company has supplied this 100% sustainable fuel from the hydrogen plant it has in operation in the Zona Franca of Barcelona, the first in Spain for commercial use. The Green Mobility PLAZA project, which continues to make progress in its search for aid at European level and is working to consolidate demand, already has … Continue reading Supply green hydrogen to CAF in Zaragoza for the dynamic tests of the demonstrator train of the FCH2RAIL project

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Enel Green Power and Fortescue Future Industries team up to pursue green hydrogen

Australian renewable green energy developer Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and Enel’s global renewables arm Enel Green Power S.p.A. (EGP), announced today they will partner together to explore co-development of the green hydrogen value chain with an initial focus on Latin America and Australia. FFI and EGP share a common view on the key role of … Continue reading Enel Green Power and Fortescue Future Industries team up to pursue green hydrogen

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IRENA and Partners Urge Closer International Collaboration to Ramp Up Green Hydrogen

Hydrogen is experiencing unprecedented momentum and given the current geopolitical turmoil leading to severe risks for global energy security, the need to accelerate its development has become even more important. This was recognised by the German G7 presidency who announced, in the ‘G7 Hydrogen Action Pact” earlier this year, the need for strengthened collaboration between … Continue reading IRENA and Partners Urge Closer International Collaboration to Ramp Up Green Hydrogen

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Green hydrogen is considered the fuel of the future

Considered “the fuel of the future”, “green hydrogen” may have, in Brazil, one of its great players (a reference in a certain segment). It is not yet possible to estimate how much this commodity could add to the country’s economy. According to specialists, the good conditions in Brazil for the production of this type of … Continue reading Green hydrogen is considered the fuel of the future

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Enel Green Power and Saras: green hydrogen project selected among those benefitting of funding as part of the european IPCEI Hy2Use

The project, which sees the two companies work side by side in the development of green hydrogen and its industrial use in the Sarroch refinery in Sardinia, can now benefit of public funding under the IPCEI Hy2Use, the European Union initiative that supports the best projects related to the hydrogen value chain. SardHy Green Hydrogen, … Continue reading Enel Green Power and Saras: green hydrogen project selected among those benefitting of funding as part of the european IPCEI Hy2Use

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How does a wind farm make hydrogen?

It’s all about separating the Hs in H2O. But the key is using green energy to do it. Nobody sees a wind turbine and thinks, “Just look at that hydrogen farm!” But the massive wind-energy project being planned in Stephenville is exactly that, or even more accurately, an ammonia farm. The project features 164 wind turbines that would … Continue reading How does a wind farm make hydrogen?

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Hydrogen could change the way we fuel our lives

Last week, Canada signed a major energy project with Germany that, once built, will transform the windswept Port au Port peninsula in western Newfoundland and Labrador into a hydrogen-producing energy powerhouse. The first phase of the project involves the construction of 164 new wind turbines in one of the windiest corners of the country. The … Continue reading Hydrogen could change the way we fuel our lives

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World readies for green hydrogen

Hydrogen has been with us forever but with a much lower profile than oil and gas, coal, electricity and other energy sources. But that is changing. Hydrogen, which powered the first internal combustion engine more than 200 years ago, has become an integral part of the modern refining industry: It’s light, storable, energy-dense, and produces … Continue reading World readies for green hydrogen

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The need for grants and clear regulation for green hydrogen projects

Green hydrogen production projects are flexible enough to adapt to all the challenges of the energy transition. From taking advantage of the surpluses of a wind energy or photovoltaic energy power plants to avoid curtailments, to continuously producing hydrogen for industry and transport or for seasonal energy storage. Of course, grants and clear regulation are … Continue reading The need for grants and clear regulation for green hydrogen projects

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Pushing green hydrogen into commercial operation

Renewable energy in Australia relies mainly on a combination of wind power and solar photovoltaics. Both sources are variable, they come and go with the weather. “You’re producing energy at times when you may not need it and at other times when you need it, you’re not producing anything,” says Michael Bielinski, chief executive of … Continue reading Pushing green hydrogen into commercial operation

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China building world’s largest green hydrogen plant

The facility in Xinjiang will use renewable energy to break down water into oxygen and hydrogen, the latter of which can then be liquefied and used as fuel. The facility should help to reduce the country’s carbon emissions by around 500,000 tonnes a year. The project in Kuqa in the south of the region uses … Continue reading China building world’s largest green hydrogen plant

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