Category Archives: hydrogen

EDP and Cepsa sign an alliance to promote the Andalusian Green Hydrogen Valley

Cepsa and EDP have signed an agreement to work together in the production of green hydrogen on a large scale in the Algeciras Bay, in the Spanish region of Andalusia. Through this alliance, EDP – leader in renewable energies through its subsidiary EDP Renewables, the world’s fourth largest producer in this area – joins as … Continue reading EDP and Cepsa sign an alliance to promote the Andalusian Green Hydrogen Valley

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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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Iberdrola launches ‘Electric, together’

Europe`s largest electricity company, Iberdrola, has today (16h January) launched a new report titled ‘Electric, Together’. The five-point manifesto is a call to action for global policymakers, companies in the energy and industrial sectors and other stakeholders on the steps that need to be taken in 2023 to break the cycle of crises driven by … Continue reading Iberdrola launches ‘Electric, together’

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IRENA Helps Maritime Sector Ramp-up Decarbonisation Efforts

The maritime shipping industry contributes 3 per cent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and is heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Accounting for over 90 per cent of global trade volume, the maritime sector is regarded as the world economy’s backbone. As business expands, emissions are anticipated to rise even further. If the shipping industry … Continue reading IRENA Helps Maritime Sector Ramp-up Decarbonisation Efforts

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Economic report demonstrates how RWE’s Pembroke Net Zero Centre can benefit Wales

At the site of the existing Pembroke Power Station, RWE will deploy new technologies including green hydrogen, carbon capture, large-scale battery storage and floating offshore wind from the Celtic Sea, coming together under a single project ‘Pembroke Net Zero Centre’ (PNZC). A new report commissioned by RWE by Max Munday, Cardiff Business School, demonstrates the … Continue reading Economic report demonstrates how RWE’s Pembroke Net Zero Centre can benefit Wales

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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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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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