As part of the ‘Renewable Gasfield’ development project, Energie Steiermark will utilise a PEM electrolyser from H-TEC SYSTEMS to generate green hydrogen.
Elliott Group has developed a new, configurable compressor arrangement designed to enhance operational flexibility in hydrogen applications.
The company is targeting the rapid adoption of the zero-emission DCC™ hydrogen boiler technology for industrial and commercial applications.
GenCell, a leading provider of hydrogen and ammonia-to-power solutions, has announced that the company will formally launch its GenCell FOX™ off-grid power solution for mobile operators.
H2 Clipper has been awarded a patent on its new technology that covers the system, method and apparatus for safely and efficiently transporting hydrogen up to 1000 miles inside virtually any existing pipeline.
H-TEC SYSTEMS has supplied Westnetz GmbH with two 1 MW electrolysis systems for the Green H2-Hub Haren project in Lower Saxony, Germany.
Green Hydrogen Systems has signed a supply agreement with Edinburgh-based Logan Energy to deliver electrolysis equipment for a green hydrogen project in England.
The company has developed a polymeric separation membrane module that can selectively and efficiently permeate hydrogen from mixed gases containing that chemical element.
Ballard has announced orders for 31 modules from a construction, electric power and off-road equipment manufacturer.
Angstrom Advanced has introduced its Verde hydrogen production equipment that is able to convert unstable renewable energy directly into hydrogen.
The company has achieved the ambitious target of making hydrogen using an electrolyser designed and built by its team.
Protium, a UK-based green hydrogen energy company, has announced that it will deploy its first electrolyser in the UK, sourced from Enapter.
The companies have signed a partnership agreement to develop fuel cell systems equipped with EKPO stacks for automotive and non-automotive applications.
Blue Diamond has expanded its range of zero-emission products with its first acquisition of three EODev hydrogen power generators.