In Spain, researchers at the University of Zaragoza embark on the Hi2BIO project, pioneering a sustainable method to produce green hydrogen from industrial wastewater.
A study published in the journal Nature sheds light on the true warming potential of hydrogen, indicating a higher impact on climate change than previously thought.
A research team at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has unveiled a cutting-edge green hydrogen production technology harnessing solar energy.
POSCO E&C, formerly known as POSCO Engineering & Construction, has inked a pivotal business agreement with Inha University. The collaboration aims to propel research and industry-academic cooperation in the realms of low-carbon steel and hydrogen reduction steelmaking, marking a significant stride towards reducing carbon emissions in the steel industry.
GenH2 and the University of Melbourne are joining forces to propel the adoption of hydrogen technology worldwide. Utilizing GenH2’s cutting-edge Cryostat CS500 simulation test platform, the University of Melbourne aims to revolutionize cryogenic and hydrogen research and development.
The University of St Andrews has been awarded a £2 million grant from the Wolfson Foundation to establish a cutting-edge Green Hydrogen Accelerator.
Chapman Hydrogen and Petroleum Engineering, led by petrophysicist Denis Brière, is gearing up to explore the possibility of harvesting natural hydrogen from underground deposits, marking the next frontier in the global race for this coveted element.
ROSEN Group has undertaken a comprehensive research initiative commissioned by the Energy Institute to explore the challenges and opportunities associated with repurposing natural gas infrastructure for hydrogen.
A team of researchers from the Technion Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering has introduced a revolutionary technology for producing green hydrogen using renewable energy.
Researchers from the Aragon Agri-Food Institute (IA2) and the Aragon Engineering Research Institute (I3A) at the University of Zaragoza have joined forces with Ingeniería de Obras Zaragoza to embark on a transformative project.