A proposed green energy hub in north Devon could potentially host one of Europe’s largest hydrogen production plants. The ambitious project, backed by Torridge District Council’s Levelling Up funding of £15.6 million, aims to establish the Clean Maritime Innovation Centre at Appledore.
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.
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).
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.
In a recent report, the International Energy Agency (IEA) sheds light on the growing prominence of hydrogen in the global energy matrix. Global hydrogen consumption soared to 95 million tonnes in 2022, marking a 3% annual increase. However, despite this surge, the share of green hydrogen, the low-emission variant, remains a modest 0.6% of the total supply.
In the intricate tapestry of transport, Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) weave a disproportionate environmental footprint, contributing 20% of emissions despite constituting only 1.5% of all transport. As sustainability takes center stage globally, the need to decarbonize HGVs becomes imperative.
Unforeseeable costs and a lack of financing models cast a shadow over Germany’s hydrogen endeavors, according to a study by Advyce & Perlitz and PSvdL Consulting.
Kazakhstan’s ambitious energy transition, outlined in collaboration with S&P Global, faces a complex landscape of uncertainties.
European investors, particularly from Germany and Denmark, are eyeing substantial investments in Gujarat’s green hydrogen sector.