With a record number of patent filings for production and storage hydrogen innovation has reached a new high point.
FORVIA has been awarded a contract from a major clean energy technology company to supply Type IV hydrogen storage systems for heavy-duty commercial vehicles in the North American market.
Kellas Midstream has signed a Heads of Terms agreement with Statera Energy for the provision of low-carbon hydrogen from Kellas’ H2NorthEast project in Teesside, UK, to Statera’s Saltholme power stations.
ZeroAvia has signed an agreement with newly launched airline, Ecojet, for up to 70 hydrogen-electric, zero-emission engines.
Incentives and government-backed projects could satisfy infrastructure required for the extreme rise in demand for low-carbon hydrogen, says Cleantech Group.
ChampionX and Cemvita’s GH2 subsidiary have revealed they have started collaborating to advance subsurface hydrogen production.
Neste has been granted an energy investment aid of €1.96 million for heat recovery from the green hydrogen production being planned for the Porvoo refinery.
Dutch company VoltH2, with support from the TÜV NORD GROUP, has made plans to build an electrolyser on TÜV NORD CAMPUS.
Samsung Engineering has commenced Sarawak H2biscus Green Hydrogen & Ammonia FEED project in Malaysia.
Norwegian Hydrogen has entered into an agreement with Vestland County Council that will enable emissions-free sailing with green hydrogen.
ScottishPower parent company, Iberdrola, has reinforced its commitment to the UK, setting out a £12 billion investment plan for 2024-28.
Getech has commenced a natural hydrogen exploration project in Eastern Europe for a prominent European energy company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) and Orica have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore potential opportunities for collaboration on emissions reduction initiatives.