Atome Energy has doubled the planned capacity of its project in Paraguay, while announcing the appointment of engineering companies to carry out design work.
A consortium led by Siemens Energy has begun working on a new prototype system designed to produce hydrogen from ammonia.
Japan’s JERA and Germany’s Uniper have teamed up to back an ammonia project in the US Gulf Coast, with a focus on exports to Germany. In the near term, it should also secure new LNG supplies.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached final close on the world’s largest clean hydrogen fund.
Globeleq has expressed its interest in producing green hydrogen in the Suez Canal Economic Zone.
Iberdrola has commissioned a solar-powered green hydrogen plant in Puertollano, central Spain, which it says is the largest plant currently operating in the world.
Neom has signed an agreement to begin construction of a 1.2 million tonne per year green hydrogen facility in Saudi Arabia, the largest in the world.
Norway’s Scatec has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a green hydrogen and ammonia plant in Egypt.