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Ballard announces order from CrossWind to supply fuel cell for offshore wind

Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX: BLDP) today announced an order for a fuel cell system to CrossWind, a joint-venture between Shell and Eneco. The Ballard fuel cell system will be integrated in the Hollandse Kust Noord offshore wind project. The Hollandse Kust Noord offshore wind project, located off the coast of the Netherlands, will … Continue reading Ballard announces order from CrossWind to supply fuel cell for offshore wind

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Ocyan and LZ Energia appoint DNV technical advisor for hydrogen conversion of diesel drilling rigs

DNV, the global independent energy expert and assurance provider, was engaged by Ocyan as independent third party in the qualification process of a system injecting hydrogen as an additive in the internal combustion engines of drilling rigs, in order to reduce diesel consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from drilling.    DNV’s technology qualification process … Continue reading Ocyan and LZ Energia appoint DNV technical advisor for hydrogen conversion of diesel drilling rigs

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RWE and Equinor agree on strategic partnership for security of supply and decarbonisation

Anders Opedal (Equinor) and Dr Markus Krebber (RWE) agreed today on a strategic energy partnership between their companies. The agreement includes large scale projects that will contribute to the European energy supply as well as to the ramp-up of the hydrogen economy in Germany and the EU. In addition, the partnership will strengthen the long-term … Continue reading RWE and Equinor agree on strategic partnership for security of supply and decarbonisation

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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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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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Net Zero Pledges in G7 to Drive Up Global Hydrogen Demand by Up to 7 Times

G7 members can be the front runners in low carbon and green hydrogen deployment, a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) concludes. Overall, the consumption of hydrogen by G7 countries could grow between four and seven times by 2050. Published today at the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Accelerating … Continue reading Net Zero Pledges in G7 to Drive Up Global Hydrogen Demand by Up to 7 Times

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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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Equinor and Centrica sign co-operation agreement for East Yorkshire hydrogen hub

Centrica and Equinor have signed a co-operation agreement to explore developing a low-carbon hydrogen production hub at Easington in East Yorkshire, further strengthening the region’s growing status as the UK’s foremost hydrogen super place. Under the co-operation plan, the Centrica-operated area at Easington could transition to a low carbon hydrogen production hub over the coming … Continue reading Equinor and Centrica sign co-operation agreement for East Yorkshire hydrogen hub

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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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Creating a new hydrogen economy is a massive undertaking

Interview with Barbara Jinks, Programme Officer – Green Gas delivery and Use, Innovation and Technology Centre, IRENA At the 24th Council meeting of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), hydrogen took centre stage as members discussed priority areas for the organisation’s ongoing work on green hydrogen. Held on 27th October, the event titled “Accelerating Hydrogen–Opportunities … Continue reading Creating a new hydrogen economy is a massive undertaking

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Iberdrola and Sempra Infrastructure sign agreement to develop hydrogen and green ammonia projects in the United States

It provides a framework for companies to identify, evaluate and develop large-scale hydrogen and green ammonia projects with renewable energy. The initial regions of interest are the Gulf Coast and the West Coast of the United States.  Iberdrola and Sempra Infrastructure have signed an agreement for the joint development of hydrogen and green ammonia projects … Continue reading Iberdrola and Sempra Infrastructure sign agreement to develop hydrogen and green ammonia projects in the United States

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HYBRIT: New research shows hydrogen-reduced iron has superior properties

New research within the HYBRIT project shows superior results on the properties and quality of the hydrogen direct reduced sponge iron compared to the fossil-based process. The test results prove that the direct reduction with hydrogen produces a product that is easy to handle, transport and store, in addition to the fact that the process … Continue reading HYBRIT: New research shows hydrogen-reduced iron has superior properties

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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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RWE participating in first ever Hydrogen Zone at party conferences

RWE is proud to be part of the Hydrogen Zone at this year’s Labour and Conservative party conferences. The Hydrogen Zone is a cross-industry collaboration that represents the breadth and strength of the hydrogen economy in the UK and who together will tell the story of the UK’s burgeoning hydrogen sector. The Hydrogen Zone will … Continue reading RWE participating in first ever Hydrogen Zone at party conferences

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The pilot plant to produce energy from hydrogen is transferred to the Netherlands

It is a new generation of power plants based on fuel cells (FCPP: Fuel Cell Power Plant), capable of flexible operation. Abengoa, an international company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainable development in the infrastructure, energy and water sectors, has successfully completed the start-up, commissioning and Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) of the demonstration plant … Continue reading The pilot plant to produce energy from hydrogen is transferred to the Netherlands

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DNV lands 3-year contract in UK for safe use and conversion of pipelines to transport 100% hydrogen

DNV has been engaged to provide the evidence required to demonstrate the safe use and conversion of the local transmission systems (LTS) high pressure pipelines for transporting 100% hydrogen. The gas distribution company SGN manages around 3,100km of the LTS pipelines in the UK and is leading this project working in collaboration with the other … Continue reading DNV lands 3-year contract in UK for safe use and conversion of pipelines to transport 100% hydrogen

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Facility for hydrogen storage up and running

SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall’s HYBRIT pilot facility for the storage of fossil-free hydrogen gas is now in operation in Luleå. The rock cavern storage facility is the first of its kind in the world for storing fossil-free hydrogen gas. The two-year test period will now start and continue until 2024, which means that HYBRIT has … Continue reading Facility for hydrogen storage up and running

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Wind Energy to Hydrogen: the next big ‘thing’

Countries around the globe are actively looking to lower carbon emissions and transition national energy systems away from fossil fuels. As the world mobilizes to combat climate change and build a sustainable new energy future, wind energy and hydrogen are at the top of the new-energy list in regions like Newfoundland, Canada.  WIND TO HYDROGEN … Continue reading Wind Energy to Hydrogen: the next big ‘thing’

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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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