If approved, Eneco will begin construction on the 800MW green hydrogen plant in 2026.
Green hydrogen start-up Electrogenos has unveiled new efficiency figures and a 25% cost reduction for its electrolyser technology as it seeks investors to continue its ambitious growth plans.
Hydrogen will unquestionably play a key role in the energy transition – but to do so will require the rapid expansion of equipment to produce, store, transport and consume it.
New analysis finds that that Aberdeen city and shire could support 33,800 “clean” jobs in key transition sectors within ten years, but urges government to support policies that will benefit local communities and workers.
Yara Clean Ammonia has joined up with the HyPilot project, alongside Hystar, Equinor and Gassco.
Hydrogen technology firm CPH2 has signed a licensing agreement with a division of KCA Deutag, enabling the engineering group to build and sell electrolysers across Europe and the Middle East.
A rush of announcements on green hydrogen in the US highlights that the received wisdom, that blue hydrogen has the price advantage, does not tell the entire story.
US-headquartered engineering group Jacobs has been awarded a feasibility study contract from RWE to investigate the production and supply of hydrogen in South Wales.
A leading manufacturer of electrolysers has secured a site on which to build its second UK factory.
British-Dutch giant Shell has activated Europe’s largest PEM green hydrogen electrolyser at its Energy and Chemicals Park near Cologne, Germany.
Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2) has hit a “significant milestone” after bagging an order to supply a 1 megawatt electrolyser.