BP, Adnoc and Masdar have teamed up to invest “billions of dollars” in clean and low carbon energy.
Green hydrogen firm Protium has announced a handful of new board appointments to support its accelerating strategic plans.
Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside has joined five parties to establish the HyStation company, which aims to build and operate hydrogen refuelling stations to service public transport bus fleets in South Korea.
Two Aberdeen pupils are to represent the city in the grand final of a Scotland-wide competition designed to teach youngsters about green hydrogen.
Malaysia's state energy company Petronas and Japanese oil giant Eneos are exploring opportunities to develop a clean hydrogen supply chain between the two nations.
A new cross-sector alliance has been launched to show the benefits a thriving green hydrogen sector would bring to Scotland and across the UK.
Eni has struck a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mubadala Petroleum on hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS).
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has called for a global carbon emissions levy on ships in order to drive progress on alternative fuels.
The production and export of hydrogen to consumers will play a key role in the UK reaching its climate objectives and net-zero targets.
Blue hydrogen should have no role in the energy transition, a new report from Earthjustice has declared, while green hydrogen has a narrow set of opportunities.
Andretti United have won the electric car Extreme E race in Greenland, in the team’s first win for the season.
Germany has agreed to establish a green hydrogen partnership with Namibia, with seawater desalination playing a major role.
This is what Energy & Climate Change Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan had to say about the recent hydrogen strategy:
A leading European research body has hit back at claims blue hydrogen is “difficult to justify” due to its carbon emissions.
Siemens Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on developing a green hydrogen industry in Egypt.
The chairman of a leading hydrogen lobby group stepped down earlier this week over its support for blue hydrogen.
On 17 August 2021, the United Kingdom Government Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) launched its hydrogen strategy – a plan for a world-leading hydrogen economy set to support over 9,000 UK jobs and unlock £4 billion investment by 2030.
Bosses from all corners of the energy sector have shared their thoughts on the UK Government’s flagship Hydrogen Policy.
Blue hydrogen is often touted as a low-carbon fuel for generating electricity and storing energy, powering cars, trucks and trains and heating buildings. But according to a new report by Cornell and Stanford University researchers in the US, it may be no better for the climate – and potentially a fair bit worse – than continuing to use fossil natural gas, which currently keeps 85% of UK homes warm. In the US, about half of all homes use natural gas for space and water heating.
The UK Government has pledged to support the advancement of both green and blue hydrogen as part of plans to create a “thriving” low carbon sector.
In this article, we ask whether green hydrogen production has the potential to be scaled to make a significant contribution to achieving net-zero UK by 2050 or whether it will remain a relatively niche application. Gavin Bollan, Technical Director at ITPEnergised steps through constraints and opportunities throughout the green hydrogen supply chain – from storage and transportation to the point of use and the potential for future consumption. He discusses the UK’s potential as a green hydrogen producer, and some of the technical and policy hurdles which must be overcome to achieve a step-change in consumer uptake. Will the scale of domestic natural gas production and an existing distribution network mean blue, fossil-derived hydrogen outmuscles its smaller, greener brother, or is this just a temporary step in a gradual weaning from fossil energy?
Engineering and consultancy services firm Wood landed more than 30 separate hydrogen awards in the first half of the year.
BP said today that Western Australia is an “ideal place” to develop export-scale green hydrogen and ammonia production facilities.
An Aberdeen man is on the hunt for hydrogen start-ups needing funding as part of efforts to help the city deliver on its low carbon potential.
BP has agreed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with a series of new potential customers for its proposed clean hydrogen production facility in Teesside in north-east England.