Korea Gas Safety Corporation five key infrastructures to revitalize hydrogen industry by 2025
By 2025, Korea Gas Safety Corporation will construct five essential infrastructures to resurrect the hydrogen market. A top-notch safety system has been designed to aid in the security of new hydrogen technologies. The foundation for creating a hydrogen economy, hydrogen charging stations, have now been given their own smart safety management platform.
The Korea Gas Safety Corporation announced plans to construct five essential infrastructures for hydrogen safety by the year 2025, including a hydrogen safety academy, museum, and center for testing and evaluating components for hydrogen buses and charging stations. revealed.
FEED starts for HPP2 production project
Front End Engineering & Design (FEED) for the HPP2 production project has begun, according to EET Hydrogen.
The project, which could have a 1,000 MW capacity, will likely be the biggest in the world and the largest in the UK. It will create about 230,000 tonnes of low-carbon hydrogen annually for local businesses and power plants.
Milan-Malpensa airport area to develop into hydrogen valley by 2027
The Milan-Malpensa airport area will develop into a hydrogen valley by 2027, making it one of the first in Europe and the first in Italy for the airport industry.
The project was developed and promoted by the Municipality of Busto Arsizio and coordinated by Rina in partnership with Sea Aeroporti di Milano, Confindustria Varese, and the Municipality of Busto Arsizio. It was presented in the presence of the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Matteo Salvini, and the President of the Lombardy Region, Attilio Fontana.
The goal is to develop an ecosystem that will make it possible to use cutting-edge technology to implement the full hydrogen supply chain, from production to consumption, through transport and storage.
Minister launches India’s first green hydrogen fuel cell bus in Delhi
Hardeep Singh Puri, the minister for petroleum and natural gas, today unveiled a pioneering hydrogen fuel cell bus in New Delhi from India Gate. According to Mr. Singh, the government is currently working in mission mode to introduce a new generation of environmentally friendly vehicles. He emphasized the benefits of green energy, saying that it had reduced the nation’s import expenditure.
These buses, according to Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Rameswar Teli, are a step in the right direction towards India’s goal to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2070. In an interview with Akashwani News, Mr. Teli emphasized the main goals of these buses.
Tajikistan to create 1 million metric tons of green hydrogen by 2040
According to Daler Juma, Tajikistan’s Minister of Energy and Water Resources, the country intends to create 1 million metric tons of green hydrogen by 2040 for domestic use and export to nearby central Asian nations.
Tajikistan aims to have 10 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity by 2030, according to Juma, who is in Japan to attend a Tokyo energy transition seminar. The majority of Tajikistan’s oil imports come from Russia, and almost all of the country’s electricity is produced by hydropower. The International Energy Agency estimates that Tajikistan’s hydro potential is utilized at a rate of 4%.
According to Juma, Tajikistan intends to create 500,000 tons of green hydrogen by 2030 and quadruple that amount by 2040, with 75% of that quantity possibly destined for export to Central Asian nations using fossil fuels. This goal is made possible by “affordable competitive electric power.”
Peregrine Hydrogen raises $7.8M in seed money
A climate technology business called Peregrine Hydrogen in Santa Cruz, California, raised $7.8 million in seed money.
Builders, Gates Frontier, Presidio Ventures, RiSC Capital, and Schox joined Bidra in leading the round.
The company plans to utilize the money to develop and scale up its unique technology and enter markets for common chemicals.
Tyczka Hydrogen’s fuels Siemens Mobility’s first Bavarian hydrogen train
Tyczka Hydrogen’s green hydrogen recently served as the fuel for Siemens Mobility’s first Bavarian hydrogen train during its initial test run.
When the new hydrogen regional train from Siemens Mobility underwent a test run in the middle of September with numerous notable visitors from business and politics, it was said that this would clear the way for the energy transition. Tyczka Hydrogen GmbH also participated. The green hydrogen was provided by the gas expert for the initial test drive across the Ostallgäu, which was from Füssen to Buchloe. Regional trains are currently another viable mobility sector for hydrogen as a fuel alternative for the medium-sized Tyczka Group from Geretsried near Munich. It is highlighted that starting in 2019, hydrogen will also be used as a fuel on Bavarian trains.
Habeck thinks Germany is in good position for hydrogen technology
Robert Habeck, minister of federal economic affairs, believes that Germany’s use of hydrogen technology has enormous potential. Habeck stated the necessity to hasten market growth in a speech delivered during a Bundestag debate. “If you look at what’s going on in the field of hydrogen right now, you must say that the pace is picking up,” said Habeck. “Investment is happening all over.”
The National Hydrogen Strategy, which the Federal Government approved in late July, was being updated, according to the Bundestag. The government wants to increase the amount of generating capacity in Germany from its current goal of 5 gigawatts by 2030 to at least 10 gigawatts. In the transition to a climate-friendly transformation of the economy, such as in the steel industry, hydrogen will play a crucial role. Additionally, hydrogen will be employed as an energy source and a kind of energy storage.