Biting costs mean less than half of the planned pipeline of green hydrogen projects globally is likely to be up and running by 2035, according to Rystad Energy.
When developer ERM decided Aberdeen would be the home for Dolphyn, its world-first floating green hydrogen project, it said “it will put Aberdeen on the map”.
Spain is stepping up its efforts to enter the race to build a hydrogen industry, putting it on par with France and Germany in seeking a greener fuel for heavy industry.
Ørsted has teamed up with leading fertiliser company Yara in an effort to speed up decarbonisation of the food value chain.
Petrofac has been awarded its first ever green hydrogen front end engineering design (FEED) contract.
Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen.
The UK Government is being urged to set cost reduction targets for renewable hydrogen in order to provide cheap energy for consumers.
Saipem has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a leading energy infrastructure operator to start working together on new energy transition technologies.
Green hydrogen projects, including a number in the north-east, could generate £320 billion for the UK economy and sustain up to 120,000 jobs by 2050, according to a new study.
Three green hydrogen projects have teamed up to try and overcome issues around connecting stakeholders, end users, policymakers and communities.
Air Products has signed a deal with ACWA Power and Neom on the construction of a green hydrogen-ammonia facility in northwest Saudi Arabia.
The Netherlands wants to become a leader in green hydrogen production, but projects will require subsidies and more private investors to get off the ground.
Bucksburn Academy's Re-Thinking Energy team is only in year one of a two-year international project looking at Energy and they have already been delving into the benefits of hydrogen. Here team members S3 pupils Martin Close, Shona Doyle and Heather McAdam tell us in their words about their progress.