As Europe stands at the crossroads of its energy trajectory, the upcoming 2024 European elections herald a pivotal moment for shaping the continent’s energy landscape.
Irish government has launched the Zero Emissions Heavy Duty Vehicle Purchase Grant Scheme, a subsidy initiative set to propel the adoption of hydrogen-powered heavy-duty vehicles, including trucks and buses.
The West of England unveiled its pioneering green hydrogen plant this week. Situated at the forefront of innovation within the IAAPS (Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems) engineering and innovation center in Emersons Green, Gloucestershire.
Edison Next, a subsidiary of the Edison group specializing in decarbonization and ecological transition, has joined forces with SEA Milan Airports to launch a groundbreaking initiative: the development of a green hydrogen refueling station at Milan Malpensa International Airport.
GeoPura has made significant strides in its mission to revolutionize energy generation with the announcement of a £56 million investment.
Europe is poised to witness a groundbreaking advancement in sustainable transportation with the introduction of the continent’s first hydrogen-powered tram, set to debut in Görlitz by the end of 2026.
The European Union (EU) has allocated EUR 250 million to hydrogen projects under the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) scheme, marking a significant milestone in Europe’s transition to clean energy.
BASF and bp have joined forces to implement BASF’s gas treating technology, OASE white, in bp’s proposed blue hydrogen facility, H2Teesside, located in Teesside, UK.
Low-emission hydrogen production and the maturation of biofuel markets are poised to revolutionize the global energy landscape, buoyed by a wave of regulatory incentives and market demand.
A small Norwegian company, NAPOP (Not A Part Of the Problem), is making waves in the aquaculture and renewable energy sectors with its project that combines fish farming with hydrogen production.