In the fervent global competition for clean-burning hydrogen fuel supremacy, China has unexpectedly emerged as a frontrunner, surpassing the United States, according to a recent report from the International Energy Agency.
Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) of the United States has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine. The agreement, signed by Frank Wolak, President and CEO of the FCHEA, and German Galushchenko, Ukrainian Minister of Energy, in Washington, DC, symbolizes a commitment to international collaboration for the promotion of sustainable hydrogen development.
In a bid to advance clean hydrogen technology and propel the United States toward its ambitious net-zero emissions goal by 2050, the Biden Administration has unveiled a groundbreaking initiative. The Department of Energy (DOE) is set to launch the $7 billion Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs program, and it is poised to have far-reaching implications for labor and workforce stakeholders. Clean hydrogen, heralded as a decarbonizing agent for fossil-fuel-intensive industries, is central to the administration’s vision of a sustainable future.
The United States is embarking on a monumental journey to transform its energy landscape with a significant focus on hydrogen.
As the world races towards a sustainable and greener energy future, a senior State Department official has sounded a clear warning: emerging U.S. businesses in the energy transition supply chain, including those in the realms of hydrogen and wind power, must act swiftly to prevent China from dominating these vital sectors. The message is clear – America’s leadership in the global energy transition is at stake.
The Oman Investment Authority (OIA) has announced an investment in Electric Hydrogen, a US-based company that develops and manufactures electrolysers using proton exchange membrane (PEM) technology to produce green hydrogen.
As the world grapples with the urgent need to transition to sustainable energy sources, hydrogen has emerged as a shining star in the clean energy revolution.
In a landmark move towards combating climate change and building a sustainable energy future, Brazil and the United States have joined forces as “global energy powerhouses.”
A proposed hydrogen hub in the western United States has encountered strong opposition from a coalition consisting of indigenous, climate, and environmental justice advocates.
The Biden-Harris Administration has released the U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap, presenting a comprehensive plan to accelerate the production, processing, delivery, storage, and use of clean hydrogen as a versatile and low-carbon energy carrier.