The European Commission and the European electrolyser industry have signed a joint declaration containing a range of initiatives to improve framework conditions for electrolyser manufacturers across Europe.
PG&E is launching the nation’s most comprehensive end-to-end hydrogen study and demonstration facility, which will examine the potential of zero-carbon hydrogen as a renewable energy source.
A high-level delegation from the UAE attended the inaugural Canadian Hydrogen Convention in Edmonton, Canada, in a bid to advance collaboration between the countries, and accelerate the role of hydrogen in the global energy transition.
McKinsey & Company’s latest ‘Global Energy Perspective’ projects that oil demand will peak in this decade, perhaps as soon as 2025.
The Australian Hydrogen Council has announced that the basic building blocks of a new hydrogen economy are being put in place with the announcement of more locations for hydrogen hubs in Queensland, Australia.
In a recent article, Hycamite discussed how the war in Ukraine has shown that European security and the economy requires the production of hydrogen in Europe.
Japanese conglomerate, Mitsui & Co., has invested in Lhyfe in order to support the company's further development of hydrogen production.
Gasunie, HES International and Vopak will be working together to develop an import terminal for green ammonia as a hydrogen carrier in the Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The HYBRIT project, aimed at developing an industrial and commercial-scale value chain for hydrogen-based iron and steelmaking, has now officially received financial support from the EU.
Air Liquide has presented ADVANCE, its new strategic plan for 2025, which places an emphasis on hydrogen's role in decarbonising industries.
Research conducted by Cornwall Insight into countries that have branded themselves as potential leaders in the new hydrogen economy has seen the UK rank 5th out of 15 countries.
The demonstration is part of the wider ‘HyNet Industrial Fuel Switching’ programme, which aims to provide evidence to support major manufacturing sites switching to low-carbon hydrogen.
The European Commission has proposed an outline of a plan to make Europe independent from Russian fossil fuels well before 2030, which includes the increased incorporation of sustainable energy.