Germany’s Power-to-X Development Fund has unveiled a significant €270 million grant opportunity aimed at enhancing hydrogen production in select countries, including Morocco, South Africa, Brazil, Egypt, Georgia, India, and Kenya.
A recent study by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), in collaboration with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the German Institute for Development and Sustainability, underscores the importance of prioritizing domestic industry in emerging countries like Brazil to drive the development of the low-carbon hydrogen sector.
In the global pursuit of sustainable energy alternatives, green hydrogen emerges as a promising solution, with Brazil positioned as a frontrunner in its production. But what exactly is green hydrogen, and why does Brazil hold such potential?
Researchers from the University of São Paulo and Universidad de Jaén in Brazil have demonstrated a novel method of producing hydrogen from vine shoots—the primary waste generated during vine pruning in viticulture.
National Industrial Learning Service (Senai), in collaboration with the H2Brasil project under the Brazil-Germany Cooperation for Sustainable Development, has undertaken a pioneering study titled “Green Hydrogen Market and Power-to-X (PtX): Demand for Professional Training.” This study aims to identify the key professions essential for steering Brazil’s transition towards a low-carbon economy.
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Brazil and the United Kingdom have officially launched the Brazil-UK Hydrogen Hub on December 3, 2023. The collaboration, represented by the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) for Brazil and the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) for the UK, aims to strengthen international cooperation for hydrogen production as a crucial element in the global transition to a net-zero future.
Brazil is poised to revolutionize its energy landscape and economic prospects through the burgeoning green hydrogen market, with the potential to generate a staggering R$150 billion per year by 2050.
Brazil and the United Kingdom have solidified a bilateral agreement to usher in a new era of clean and renewable energy. The Brazil-United Kingdom Hydrogen Hub, unveiled at COP28 in Dubai, stands as a testament to international collaboration for the development of hydrogen, emphasizing a coordinated and targeted approach.
European Union, in collaboration with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, endorses a monumental 10GW green hydrogen project stretching from Brazil to Croatia.