Airbus, Avinor, SAS, Swedavia, and Vattenfall have joined forces to explore the feasibility of establishing a hydrogen infrastructure at airports in Sweden and Norway.
In a stride towards establishing Wilhelmshaven as the ‘Hydrogen Valley of Germany,’ Canadian renewable energy company World Energy GH2 has become the first North American member of the Port of Wilhelmshaven’s ENERGY HUB initiative.
Veidekke is collaborating with Norwegian Hydrogen to enhance the production of green hydrogen, a critical component in sustaining the hydrogen-powered asphalt plant.
Envision Energy International and AM Green, a hydrogen and green ammonia venture affiliated with the Greenko Group, have joined forces.
Plug Power has just flipped the switch on its monumental Woodbine, Georgia plant – the largest liquid green hydrogen facility in the U.S.
First Hydrogen is making waves in Wales with its hydrogen-powered light commercial vehicle (FCEV), set to undergo operational testing this month in collaboration with gas network operator Wales & West Utilities (WWU).
Baltic Sea Oxygenation and the Super-Green Hydrogen Economy project, fondly known as “BOxHy,” has emerged as a beacon of hope for combating anoxia in the Baltic Sea.
Cummins, a global leader in power solutions, is set to showcase its cutting-edge hydrogen engine technology at Intermat 2024, marking a significant leap in the company’s commitment to fuel diversification within internal combustion engines.
OX2 and Ingka Investments, the investment arm of IKEA’s parent company, Ingka Group, have set their sights on transforming Sweden’s renewable energy landscape with the ambitious Neptunus offshore energy hub.
Airbus has inaugurated the ZEROe Development Centre (ZEDC) for hydrogen technologies at its Stade site in Germany.