TFC enters clean energy market with ammonia
According to TFC Chairman Lee Suen-zone, Taiwan Fertilizer Co. (TFC) is entering the clean energy market by using ammonia, a powerful hydrogen energy transporter.
According to a Tuesday statement from Lee, the company intends to build two ammonia storage facilities during the following two to three years.
According to Lee at an industrial conference, Taiwan Fertilizer, founded in 1946, is attempting to alter its operations to minimize carbon emissions through a variety of strategies, including a switch to renewable energy utilizing ammonia, historically a raw component in fertilizer manufacture.
Hanwha Ocean creates unmanned underwater vehicle hydrogen fuel cell system
Using its submarine construction capabilities, which are acknowledged to have the best technology in the business, Hanwha Ocean has started constructing autonomous submarines.
‘Energy Source System for Unmanned Submarines’ is a prototype project of the Agency for Defense Development, and Hanwha Ocean recently stated that it has been chosen as the preferred negotiating party.
The creation of a “multipurpose modular unmanned underwater vehicle hydrogen fuel cell system” is the goal of this research. Hanwha Ocean will create prototypes for performance verification, develop energy source technology, and offer the design verification and testing support services required for multipurpose modular unmanned undersea vehicles.
Jordan to soon finish national plan for green hydrogen
According to Saleh Kharabsheh, Jordan’s minister of energy and mineral resources, the country is making use of all of its resources to increase production of renewable energy to fulfill local demand and export green energy in the form of both green hydrogen and electricity.
The national plan for green hydrogen is almost finished, according to Kharabsheh, who was speaking at the 2023 Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), which is taking place in Abu Dhabi from Tuesday to Thursday.
H2Mare Flagship Project’s research on green hydrogen available as browser game
The H2Mare Flagship Project’s research on green hydrogen production at sea is now available as a browser game. Players can create green hydrogen, construct their own offshore wind park, and test the projected future technologies in the »Offshore – the H2Mare Game«. With this cutting-edge strategy, H2Mare hopes to engage a new, younger target audience in a humorous way on the value of green offshore technologies as a foundation for a smooth energy transition. The Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy Systems IWES oversaw the project’s implementation along with the Berlin-based design firm Sapera Studios. The initiative received financing from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) of about 70,000 euros.