As Europe stands at the crossroads of its energy trajectory, the upcoming 2024 European elections herald a pivotal moment for shaping the continent’s energy landscape.
Europe is poised to witness a groundbreaking advancement in sustainable transportation with the introduction of the continent’s first hydrogen-powered tram, set to debut in Görlitz by the end of 2026.
The growing momentum behind hydrogen as a clean energy solution is met with skepticism and concern from environmental groups across Europe.
Europe is setting the stage for a green hydrogen revolution, propelled by strategic investments and forward-thinking initiatives aimed at fostering sustainable energy independence.
The European Commission’s approval of the “Hy2Infra” program marks a significant milestone in Europe’s journey towards a sustainable energy future. With seven member states pledging billions of euros, this initiative aims to revolutionize the continent’s hydrogen infrastructure.
Industrie De Nora has recently clinched multiple orders through its subsidiary, De Nora Deutschland GmbH, signaling a significant milestone in Europe’s green hydrogen transition.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s recent visit to Mauritania has sparked discussions about the potential for the North African country to become a key supplier of green hydrogen and steel to Europe.
Ballard Power Systems and NFI Group Inc. have forged a groundbreaking Long-Term Supply Agreement (LTSA) aimed at propelling the mass adoption of fuel cell-powered buses across North America and Europe.
In a move to reshape the landscape of Europe’s energy system, a groundbreaking alliance named H2eart for Europe emerged in Brussels in January 2024.
European Union (EU) has reached a historic agreement on a framework that establishes an independent grid planning body for hydrogen.