A quiet revolution is taking place across the Highlands of Scotland, as a drive towards a green hydrogen economy is leading the decarbonisation of the transportation of goods across the region.
Gravitricity has selected corporate finance specialists Gneiss Energy to spearhead a £40 million funding drive.
Shares in London-listed ITM Power (LON: ITM) fell on Monday after the green hydrogen firm issued its third profit warning in eight months.
Plans are in the offing to develop hundreds of purpose-built underground hydrogen stores that could help to fuel the UK’s green future.
A green hydrogen expert has responded to a Westminster report on the use of the fuel in heat networks, arguing it misses the point.
Getech has completed the first phase of development at its Inverness green hydrogen hub, clearing the site ready for new infrastructure.
TAQA and Adnoc have completed the acquisition of stakes in clean energy operator Masdar, coming in alongside Mubadala Holdings.
BP has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Egypt to explore green hydrogen options.
London-listed Oracle Power, via its joint venture Oracle Energy, has leased 7,000 acres of land in Pakistan, where it proposes to build what could be the country’s first green hydrogen project.
ITM Power (AIM: ITM), a manufacturer of electrolysers for the green hydrogen industry, has unveiled its new chief executive.
Three of East Asia’s leading energy and infrastructure groups have signed a new agreement to explore the development of green hydrogen and ammonia projects in Indonesia.
BP's chief executive has been in attendance at COP 27 as an official UN delegate for the west African nation Mauritania.
Wood (LON:WG) has secured an award for front-end engineering design (FEED) for a new green hydrogen production facility in Mosjøen in northern Norway.
A consortium led by Siemens Energy has begun working on a new prototype system designed to produce hydrogen from ammonia.
The war in Ukraine has spurred investment in green hydrogen production as blue and grey alternatives see overhead costs soar, Carbon Tracker report finds.
Scotland's energy secretary, Michael Matheson, has said that developing the country's hydrogen sector is the “greatest industrial opportunity since oil and gas”.
Logan Energy has signed an agreement that will see it co-operate with Norwegian engineering group Moreld to explore hydrogen projects across Scandinavia.
The cost of clean hydrogen will fall to that of liquefied natural gas in a decade as global efforts to replace fossil fuels accelerate, according to Europe’s biggest operator of gas infrastructure.
Net Zero Technology Centre has been awarded £2.12M from the Scottish Government’s Just Transition Fund (JTF) to support the delivery of its Hydrogen Offshore Production Project (HOP2).
BP has submitted a bid for its proposed flagship large-scale green hydrogen production facility, HyGreen Teesside.
A former Royal Navy arms depot is set to house Statkraft’s first green hydrogen project in the UK, with the clean fuel used to power a local transport hub.
The Netherlands’ Noordgastransport (NGT) and NOGAT have become the first pipeline owners to have their infrastructure certified for green hydrogen transport.
Siemens Energy is confident that hydrogen will assure a green future for its gas turbine technology – the question is whether there will be enough green fuel to go around.
Infrastructure developer Carlton Power has secured planning permission for a £300 million decarbonisation project.
Lhyfe, the french hydrogen company that recently inaugurated the world's first offshore hydrogen platform, has set up shop in Newcastle with Colin Brown at the helm.