Charbone refocuses on green hydrogen

Charbone is changing its research and deployment strategy to target its technical and financial resources on green hydrogen production rather than hydropower production.

In Sorel-Tracy, Quebec (Canada), Charbone is focusing on finishing the construction of its first flagship green hydrogen facility.

In addition, the May 30, 2023 purchase and sale agreement for the acquisition of the Michigan limited partnerships Tower Kleber Limited Partnership and Black River Limited Partnership is no longer in effect.In order to support operations at its wholly owned subsidiary in Sorel-Tracy, Charbone Hydrogen Quebec Inc., which will own and manage the production facility, Charbone will make the most of its financial resources.

Stargate joins European project to demonstrate green hydrogen value chain on Canary Islands

In line with its dedication to providing sustainable energy solutions, Stargate Hydrogen Solutions OÜ (Stargate) has signed a grant agreement with the European Commission under the Horizon Europe program.

The Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands (PLOCAN), which is leading the project, will receive €10.7M for showcasing the entire green hydrogen value chain. A marineized, high-efficiency electrolysis unit will be used in the project to manufacture green hydrogen utilizing renewable energy from an offshore wind farm with a 6 MW capacity. The onshore hydrogen production facility at the PLOCAN site on Gran Canaria will be equipped with a 1 MW Stargate Gateway series electrolyser.

Hexagon Purus to deliver mobile 700 bar hydrogen refueling station in Europe

A significant European OEM has ordered the next-generation mobile hydrogen filling station for 700 bar commercial vehicles from Hexagon Purus, a global leader in zero emission mobility and infrastructure solutions. To test and confirm hydrogen energy supply to commercial cars, the OEM plans to integrate the Hexagon Purus mobile hydrogen refueling station. The order is worth almost three million euros.

COP28 recommends doubling hydrogen production by 2030

The major global climate summit’s program for negotiations was presented by COP28 President Sultan Ahmed al-Jaber on Thursday, July 13. This agenda included a goal to double hydrogen production and quadruple renewable energy output by 2030.

In addition, funds for compensating poor nations affected by catastrophic occurrences brought on by the Earth’s warming will be doubled through 2025.

The United Arab Emirates, a nation whose economy heavily depends on oil, will host the United Nations Conference on Climate Change 2023 (COP28) in November of this year.

Accelerating the responsible energy transition, correcting climate financing, concentrating adaptation efforts on people and livelihoods, and making the COP “fully inclusive” are the four pillars of al-Jaber’s work plan, which was unveiled today. Al-Jaber is also the CEO of the state oil company Adnoc.

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