NTPC, India’s largest power utility, has embarked on a transformative journey towards green hydrogen production. The recent signing of a land lease agreement with the Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) marks a pivotal step in realizing NTPC’s ambitious green energy objectives and aligning with the Government of India’s (GoI) energy transition efforts.
Noroo Paint, South Korea’s leading paint company, announces its entry into the hydrogen energy and secondary battery material business.
OX2 and Ingka Investments, the investment arm of the Ingka Group (IKEA’s largest retailer), are set to submit an application for a pioneering offshore wind-to-hydrogen project off the coast of Gotland, Sweden.
India is actively pursuing strategies outlined in the “Green Hydrogen: Enabling Measures Roadmap for Adoption in India” report, jointly presented by the World Economic Forum and Bain & Company.
Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries is preparing to issue transition bonds, marking a financial commitment to projects revolving around the clean transport and storage of hydrogen, as well as the clean energy utilization of this versatile fuel.
Poland has emerged as a significant player in the European Union’s hydrogen landscape, securing its position as one of the top three hydrogen producers within the EU, following closely behind Germany and the Netherlands.
In an effort to advance the integration of hydrogen into the National Transmission System (NTS), DNV takes the lead as the key partner for National Gas Transmission (NGT) in the expansion of the FutureGrid hydrogen pipeline research facility.
AD Ports Group and Masdar, prominent entities in global trade and clean energy respectively, have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the UN Climate Change Conference, COP28, in Dubai.
Rhein Energie, a prominent energy supplier, and Ineos, a major chemical company in Cologne, have inked a memorandum of understanding to bolster their collaboration in a bid to decarbonize the city’s industrial hub.
POSCO, South Korea’s leading steelmaker, is embarking on a journey with its hydrogen reduction steel technology. After 50 years of growth, the company is gearing up for the next 50 years by committing to commercialize its HyREX technology by 2030 and transform its key steel plants in Pohang and Gwangyang entirely to this new steelmaking process by 2050.