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 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.
This plea set the stage for a global quest to find sustainable alternatives, with green hydrogen emerging as a potential game-changer for achieving decarbonization and defossilization goals.
In a landmark summit in St. John’s, Canadian and European leaders formalized a new “green alliance” with a focus on collaborative efforts to combat climate change. The strategic choice of Newfoundland and Labrador as the summit venue reflects the region’s pivotal role in burgeoning green hydrogen and critical minerals industries.
Burgos, a city with a vision for spearheading the green hydrogen revolution, is rallying against the current trajectory of the Spanish H2 Trunk Network.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has proposed a collaborative effort between Japan and South Korea to establish a robust supply network for hydrogen and ammonia.
Initially anticipated to cost below €3 per kilogram by 2030, recent economic shifts and technical complexities are shattering these expectations.
Prime Minister António Costa’s resignation has sent shockwaves through Portugal, triggered by a series of searches at key government offices and companies.
The German Renewable Energy Association (BEE) has raised concerns about the draft of the guarantee of origin for electricity used in green hydrogen production, warning that it contains critical loopholes.
The Netherlands is turning its attention towards a unique collaboration with South Africa. This ambitious partnership holds the key to a sustainable future, driven by the promise of green hydrogen.