India-based Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has achieved significant milestones in the power transmission and distribution aspects of the world’s largest green hydrogen project located in NEOM, Saudi Arabia.
Hyundai Motor Group has reached a significant milestone in its global hydrogen strategy with the commencement of full-scale production at its hydrogen fuel cell system plant in Guangzhou, according to the South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy. This marks a key step for Hyundai as it expands its presence in the hydrogen market.
BOC, a Linde company has unveiled plans to accelerate the design and development of a Hydrogen Technology Hub in the Illawarra region of Australia.
Poland is actively exploring the possibility of constructing a hydrogen pipeline along the Baltic Sea and implementing carbon dioxide (CO2) storage in salt caverns as part of its state strategy for energy development.
Aker Horizons ASA, a prominent player in green energy and industry development, has announced that its subsidiary, Aker Horizons Asset Development, has secured grants and loans totaling up to NOK 135 million from Innovation Norway for the construction of a green hydrogen production facility in Rjukan, Eastern Norway.
Portugal’s leading oil company, Galp, is on track to make a final investment decision by the end of the year regarding its first 100-megawatt (MW) green hydrogen unit.
IMI Critical Engineering, a leading provider of flow control solutions, has achieved a significant milestone with the successful completion of its first field test for green hydrogen generation using the IMI VIVO polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolyzer.
France is expected to fall short of its goal to install 6.5 GW of electrolyzer capacity by 2030 for green hydrogen production, according to a lobby group.
In a groundbreaking partnership, Boeing has teamed up with Los Angeles-based startup Equatic to embark on a first-of-its-kind venture aimed at carbon removal and green hydrogen production from the ocean.
Residents of Fanhais, a village in the municipality of Nazaré, have voiced their strong opposition to the construction of a green hydrogen production project, resulting in the relocation of a 150 million euro investment to another municipality.