The federal government of Nigeria has unveiled plans to launch a roadmap for hydrogen gas production. The announcement, made by Chief Ekperikpe Ekpo, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources (Gas), underscores the commitment of President Bola Tinubu’s administration to harness the full potential of the country’s abundant natural gas resources for national growth and development.
The Australian Government is investing up to $70 million in establishing the Townsville Region Hydrogen Hub in North Queensland. This ambitious initiative, aligned with the government’s election promise, aims to foster job creation and sustainable energy development and position Australia at the forefront of the global hydrogen industry.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has unveiled its ambitious 30-30-30 strategy, aiming to drive down the cost of renewable energy to $20 per megawatt-hour (MWh) by 2030.
NTPC Green Energy Limited (NGEL) has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Maharashtra.
Cork County Council is on the verge of a pivotal decision that could shape Ireland’s future of clean energy. In early March, the council is expected to rule on a planning application submitted by ESB Networks for a hydrogen power plant in Aghada on the eastern side of Cork Harbour.
Oman, nestled amidst the oil-rich sands of the Arabian Peninsula, is making a bold statement. In a five-year moonshot, the Sultanate is forcing factories across 14 economic zones to switch from fossil fuels to the clean-burning haven of green hydrogen. This audacious move positions Oman as a frontrunner in the region’s race toward a sustainable future, promising a domino effect on its economy and environment.
Green hydrogen heralded as the linchpin of the energy transition, faces a setback in Schleswig-Holstein as a major 30-megawatt project in Heide is abandoned.
In a strategic move, the European Union is positioning Egypt as a pivotal partner in its energy ambitions, particularly in the realm of green hydrogen. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, during her recent visit to Egypt, emphasized the EU’s vision for substantial investments in the Arab country’s clean energy sector.
The initiative, titled “Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office FOA to Advance the National Clean Hydrogen Strategy,” aligns with the U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap.
German Bundestag has set the wheels in motion for a comprehensive hydrogen infrastructure with the approval of regulations on the establishment of a hydrogen pipeline network.