Northern Africa emerges as a prime hub for green hydrogen investments, attracting a staggering estimated investment of over US$17 billion. Industrial Info Resources, headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, reveals insights into this burgeoning sector, tracking 25 green hydrogen projects strategically positioned across Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia.
Researchers from the University of São Paulo (USP) are delving into the vast potential of Brazil’s sugar and alcohol sector…
A recent wave of hydrogen shortages for vehicles in Korea has ignited a heated debate surrounding the nation’s preparedness to embrace hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).
Finnish research institute VTT, in collaboration with its partners, has unveiled a pioneering concept for producing electrofuel, marking a significant stride in the realm of sustainable fuel solutions.
Jakob Petutschnig, EU Policy Manager at CATF’s Zero-Carbon Fuels team, discusses EU policies to promote zero-carbon fuels.
Green hydrogen heralded as the linchpin of the energy transition, faces a setback in Schleswig-Holstein as a major 30-megawatt project in Heide is abandoned.
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.
Eletronuclear has revealed plans to produce 100 tons of clean hydrogen annually through the operation of nuclear plants in Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro. The project, presented in Brasília during a seminar on sustainable hydrogen, is positioned as a key contributor to global decarbonization efforts.
Thuringia’s glass, ceramics, and metal industries are gearing up for a seismic shift as they embark on the ambitious journey of transitioning to renewable energies. The unveiling of groundbreaking insights from a two-year research project on the industrial application of green hydrogen, funded with approximately €400,000 by the Thuringian Ministry of Energy, promises to be a guiding light through this transformative period.
DENSO, in a recent ‘Behind the Scenes’ exposé, produced in collaboration with NewsPicks Brand Design, sheds light on its ambitious quest to unlock the full potential of hydrogen, touted as the rising star of clean energy due to its capacity to release zero CO₂ when burned.