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.
THREE60 Energy, of Aberdeen, has cemented its presence in the wind market with the acquisition of an Orkney-based maintenance and services specialist.
French hydrogen company, Lhyfe, cracked a bottle of champagne over the "world's first" offshore hydrogen platform.
The Dutch government will extend its offshore wind goals to target 70 gigawatts (GW) of capacity by 2050 and expand hydrogen production in the North Sea.
Australian developer Provaris (ASX:PV1) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Total Eren to examine import and export solutions for compressed hydrogen.
Petrofac has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Oman Hydrogen Centre (OHC), with a particular focus on green hydrogen.
New analysis from Westwood Global has shone a light on the rapid expansion of blue hydrogen on both sides of the North Sea.
With some of the cheapest solar and wind costs in Asia Pacific, as well as virtually unlimited land resources, Australia has great potential to be a leading exporter of green hydrogen.
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.
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Aberdeen-headquartered Wood (LON:WG) has secured a contract from Ineos worth in excess of $100 million (£83m) to build “Europe’s most innovative” olefins complex in Belgium.
ScottishPower has applied for government backing to support plans for a 100 megawatt (MW) green hydrogen plant at the Port of Felixstowe on the Suffolk coast.
Getech (AIM: GTC) has signed a £905,800 contract with an undisclosed "major international energy company" for its ‘Globe’ platform.
The UK Government is moving forward with policies to ramp up its nascent green hydrogen industry that uses renewable energy as it seeks ways to reduce dependence on imports of natural gas.
With its potential as an energy carrier that supports an increasingly renewable electricity grid, hydrogen can complement and accelerate other technologies required to deliver net-zero by 2050.
Shell (LON: SHEL) has taken a final investment decision (FID) on the Holland Hydrogen I facility, which will be Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen plant once operational in 2025.
Australia’s Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has continued its relentless deal making drive, striking a new green hydrogen agreement with Djibouti.
Oil giant ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) is to study the potential for repurposing an oil and gas terminal for use in producing and distributing green hydrogen.
AGL Energy is leading a consortium, that includes Japanese pair Inpex and Osaka Gas, as well as South Korea’s SK Group, in a detailed feasibility study to build a massive green hydrogen export hub at Torrens Island, South Australia.
Chevron (NYSE:CVX) plans to spend about $2.5 billion building up its hydrogen business this decade as the oil major accelerates investment in low-carbon technologies.
Governments must make “urgent, significant” policy interventions to ensure hydrogen opportunities don’t fade, a report has warned.
As Scotland and the UK look to source ever-greater amounts of energy from renewables like solar and wind, equal efforts must be made across the country’s grid infrastructure to ensure that energy can be moved to where it’s needed most – or, increasingly, stored for later if it can’t.
“This is not a free-for-all of ‘let’s have hydrogen at any cost’,” insists Angela Needle, vice president of trade body Hydrogen UK and strategic director at gas network Cadent.