Countrywide is developing the Hydrogen Tasmania Brighton Project, and has commenced preliminary works. The Project includes the production of hydrogen and the construction of a network to distribute the hydrogen.
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Elogen has signed a non-binding LOI with Charbone Hydrogène. Under this agreement, Elogen will supply Charbone Hydrogène with PEM electrolysers for a total capacity of up to 100 MW over a period of four years.
€770,000 Funding has been confirmed for the ChemCH2ange project while the INEOS green hydrogen project accelerates towards net-zero future in Germany by 2045.
The companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on the development of zero-emissions haulage equipment that runs off hydrogen energy.
In ten minutes only, 40 kg of hydrogen can be delivered, which is equal to approximately 400 litres of diesel fuel. The new station will supply MPREIS’ own fleet of fuel-cell trucks with green hydrogen produced on site.
Incorporating NanoSUN’s proprietary multi-stage cascade refuelling system, which requires no fixed utilities, the Pioneer system is the ideal solution for in-field and mobile refuelling.
Hoeller Electrolyzer, based in Germany, is developing highly efficient polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) stacks, under the brand name Prometheus, for the cost-effective production of hydrogen.
The companies are buying Triton Power from Energy Capital Partners, an energy transition infrastructure investor, and are starting preparations to use hydrogen in the Saltend Power Station.
The companies have signed a long-term agreement stipulating the terms for hydrogen supply from the first stage of Everfuel’s HySynergy Phase II power-to-X facility that is under development in Fredericia, Denmark.
Vattenfall and Preem have entered into a feasibility phase to assess the possibility of accelerating the development of a value chain connecting offshore wind and hydrogen with the refining industry on the Swedish west coast.
Numaligarh Refinery Ltd. is expanding its refining capacity from its current 3 million tpy to 9 million by installing a new 6 million tpy capacity Crude Oil Distillation Unit / Vacuum Distillation Unit and associated downstream process units as part of the NREP.
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SAMSON supplied the valves for an innovative hydrogen plant operated by Tyrol’s largest grocery store chain, MPREIS. The electrolysis system in Völs, Austria, is currently being placed into service.
The production facility would be powered by Norwegian hydro-electricity with potential production of up to 20 000 t of green hydrogen and distribution of up to 100 000 t of green ammonia.
Everfuel and Greenstat have announced the awarded grant of NOK148 million from Enova to support the development of the Hydrogen Hub Agder.
The companies have agreed to build an integrated Power-to-Liquids demonstration facility at the VTT Bioruukki Pilot Centre in Finland, focused on CO2 capture, green hydrogen and e-fuels production.
GAC Norway has signed up to play a vital role in a major Norwegian hydrogen energy project as part of the GAC Group’s commitment to sustainability and accelerating decarbonisation across the wider maritime industry.
ENOVA innovation award will enable bold vision for two emissions-free container vessels to connect Norway and the Netherlands by 2025.
Fifth Wall Climate Tech leads round that includes Amazon, Cosan, Equinor Ventures, Honeywell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Rio Tinto; investment will support deployments of Electric Hydrogen's pioneering electrolyser technology.
The furnace has been commissioned by Essar Oil UK as it transitions to run its operations on hydrogen as part of HyNet, the UK’s leading decarbonisation cluster and will be the UK’s first refinery-based hydrogen-powered furnace.
The Franco-German partnership will enable the emergence of a sustainable hydrogen economy in Europe and foster a European ecosystem for electrolysis and hydrogen technology. Production is expected to begin in the second half of 2023 and ramp-up to an annual production capacity of three gigawatts by 2025.
The two technologies purify and dehydrate the product hydrogen stream from the water electrolysis process which can then be used for liquification and transportation, as an energy source or chemical feedstock.
Funded by Network Innovation Allowance (NIA), this project will play a fundamental role in garnering a greater understanding of the existing network, improving risk analysis and aiding development by allowing the prediction of future scenarios.
The partnership agreement will focus on the development of fuel-cell technology combined with batteries to accelerate electrification of the maritime sector.
Equinor has submitted a co-funded bid worth over £16 million into Government for a second major low carbon hydrogen production facility in the Humber, UK, which could help to further reduce carbon emissions across the region.
Supplying Scottish towns and rural communities with sustainable hydrogen gas will be the focus of a landmark partnership that has been announced between SGN and RWE.