In an intriguing development, German project developers are exploring the possibility of producing hydrogen for Europe’s industries by utilizing an existing power plant in Angola.
The establishment of NLHydrogen, a trade association for the hydrogen industry in the Netherlands, is expected to provide a significant boost to the development of the hydrogen economy.
This partnership holds great importance for green initiatives within both countries and on a global scale.
The Federal Cabinet of Germany has taken a significant step towards the creation of a hydrogen network by adopting a draft law on the legal and regulatory framework.
The Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) has announced a significant development in its efforts to promote green hydrogen projects and renewable energy partnerships.
India and Australia have joined forces to establish a Green Hydrogen Taskforce aimed at accelerating the development of green hydrogen technologies in both countries.
In a recent article published by Follow the Money (FTM), it was revealed that Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte intervened in the application process for hydrogen subsidies by energy giant Shell.
In a bid to solidify its position as a leading global hub for green hydrogen manufacturing, the Egyptian government has introduced a draft bill that would provide substantial tax incentives to green hydrogen projects.
An alliance of environmentalists, trade unionists, and trade associations has come together to voice their concerns over the installation of hydrogen-capable gas heaters.
The Israeli Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure has announced the launch of a comprehensive national plan to incorporate hydrogen into the country’s energy system.