The Nascar project, spearheaded by Innde Cetaer in Tabernas, Almería, is set to transform the production of green hydrogen and e-methanol.
The shift from natural gas to green hydrogen is gaining momentum, and the “Electrolysis Corridor East Germany” project by Enertrag is a significant step in this direction.
The Netherlands is making remarkable strides in its pursuit of a net-zero energy system, and at the forefront of this transition is the country’s focus on green hydrogen.
Toyota’s hydrogen-powered GR Corolla recently made its endurance racing debut in the ENEOS Super Taikyu Series 2023, completing a challenging 24-hour race in Japan.
Argentina is set to impose a requirement that green hydrogen project developers source a significant portion of their equipment from the country in order to receive subsidies.
The year 2023 marks a significant milestone in the history of marine technology, as several industry-first hydrogen-powered vessels embark on their maiden voyages.
Clean fuel and chemical innovator OCOchem, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), has secured a $2.5 million funding award from the DOE to further their collaboration in developing safer and more affordable methods for transporting clean hydrogen.
Ballard Power Systems, a leading provider of fuel cell solutions, and global carbon reduction company First Mode have announced a significant purchase order for Ballard to supply 60 hydrogen fuel cell modules to power hybrid hydrogen and battery ultra-class mining haul trucks.
Groningen Airport Eelde has made a significant breakthrough in sustainable aviation with the unveiling of a hydrogen-powered Ground Power Unit (GPU), claiming a world-first achievement.
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.