Air Products & Chemicals, the U.S. industrial gas giant, announced plans on Tuesday to build a green hydrogen plant in Saudi Arabia powered by 4 gigawatts of wind and solar power, the world’s largest such project announced so far. [Read more…] about World’s largest Green Hydrogen Project unveiled in Saudi Arabia
The Dutch Gasunie and Port of Amsterdam want to realize a regional hydrogen backbone in the North Sea canal area over the next 5 years. [Read more…] about Realisation of regional hydrogen backbone
South Korea is working on the consolidation of its H2 supply chain by securing an overseas hydrogen production location. [Read more…] about South Korea is on the hunt for an overseas hydrogen production location
To reach net-zero emissions in 2050 Denmark will need scaled, cost-competitive production of green fuels for the road, maritime, and aviation sectors. [Read more…] about Danish groups join forces to deliver green hydrogen project
Together with Gasunie, three Dutch ports presented a hydrogen position paper reacting to the Dutch Cabinet’s hydrogen vision. [Read more…] about Hydrogen position paper reacting to the Dutch Cabinet’s hydrogen vision.
Energy network operator Gasunie will become a partner in the offshore hydrogen pilot PosHYdon on 29 April. [Read more…] about Neptune Energy welcomes Gasunie as partner in PosHYdon
Snam and RINA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate in the hydrogen sector, in order to realize the significant potential of hydrogen as a fundamental energy carrier in the fight against climate change and industrial decarbonisation. [Read more…] about Snam and RINA team up to accelerate the development of hydrogen
IHS Markit Expert Jenny Yang discusses the recent series of policies issued by the Chinese government to accelerate the development of hydrogen as an energy carrier, and how large-scale deployment of hydrogen in the new sectors is consistent with many of China’s long-term goals. [Read more…] about Hydrogen as an energy carrier in China (VIDEO)
Russia is looking at how to develop a market for hydrogen in Europe, a move that would help maintain demand for one of its primary exports as governments everywhere work to cut pollution.
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