Texas is set to mark a groundbreaking achievement in the realm of sustainable energy with the development of the world’s first 500kg per day green hydrogen production facility in Houston.
North Texas transportation officials are celebrating a monumental achievement in the pursuit of cleaner energy as the Department of Transportation (DoT) awarded Texas $100 million to bolster its infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs) and hydrogen fueling stations statewide.
Texas legislators have propelled the state into the forefront of the burgeoning hydrogen industry by establishing the Texas Hydrogen Production Policy Council.
Belgian electrolyser manufacturer John Cockerill has initiated construction on its groundbreaking 1GW factory in Baytown, Texas.
The energy powerhouse of the United States, Texas, is on the brink of a hydrogen revolution. According to a new report from the Hydrogen Council, investment in hydrogen infrastructure in Texas could reach a staggering $247 billion by 2050. This revelation could have far-reaching implications for the state, offering substantial economic benefits and helping to secure its status as an energy exporter.
Linde’s initiative to establish a hydrogen facility at the Nederland site was approved by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
With the construction of a new 500 MW production facility in Texas, HydrogenPro will increase its operations in the US.
According to a recent study from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, a successful energy transition also necessitates a change in policy and market structure. Texas’ legacy energy economy and geology are ideal for developing a robust hydrogen market, which will play a crucial role in sustainability.
ExxonMobil, a US energy and petrochemical company, and Topsoe, a Danish company that specializes in carbon emission reduction technologies, have signed a contract under which Topsoe will deliver its hydrogen SynCOR technology to ExxonMobil’s planned low-carbon hydrogen production facility in Baytown, Texas.
In order to jointly create reliable and substantial clean ammonia (green and blue ammonia) supply chains in Asia, Europe, and the US, RWE, LOTTE CHEMICAL Corporation (LOTTE), and Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) have formed a strategic alliance.