The World Bank, along with international partners, has unveiled a comprehensive action plan to accelerate the global deployment of clean hydrogen as a low-carbon energy carrier.
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Green hydrogen stands as a linchpin in the energy transition, yet its precarious transport poses a quandary. Could ammonia be the solution, or does it carry a hidden environmental toll?
Initially anticipated to cost below €3 per kilogram by 2030, recent economic shifts and technical complexities are shattering these expectations.
Nedstack and ComAp have joined forces to revolutionize the power generation landscape. Their strategic alliance aims to develop sophisticated control systems that seamlessly integrate fuel cell technology into power generation processes, unlocking the immense potential of this clean energy source.
Sunborne Systems has successfully conducted its first operational test of ammonia reactor technology, surpassing all expectations.
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.
Evonik has announced a partnership with Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies to advance the development, scale-up, and production of proprietary fixed bed catalysts for mobile applications of liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) technology.
Horizon Fuel Cell is venturing into the electrolyzer market with a new Singapore-based subsidiary. This move highlights the company’s commitment to addressing the growing demand for green hydrogen production, a key element in the global transition towards a low-carbon future.
Germany’s updated hydrogen strategy aims to accelerate the production and use of green hydrogen, a key component in the country’s transition towards a climate-neutral future.
The European Council has approved a proposal that sets ambitious emission reduction targets for the heavy-duty transport sector. These targets essentially mandate a gradual transition away from fossil fuel-powered vehicles, making way for zero-emissions trucks and buses fueled by hydrogen or batteries.