Hydrogen

Chile: Mainstream and Aker Clean Hydrogen Collaborate On Green Hydrogen

Aker Clean Hydrogen and Mainstream Renewable Power have signed a Letter of Intent to explore the development of green hydrogen and low-cost ammonia production in Chile, combining Aker Clean Hydrogen’s hydrogen project development capabilities and Mainstream’s position as a leading renewable energy developer in the South American country. Aker Clean Hydrogen is a wholly owned […]

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Global clean Hydrogen Projects are expected to cross $300B by 2030

According to a new report by the Hydrogen Council, the release of national hydrogen strategies by over 30 countries has led to a rapid increase in the volume of investment in hydrogen projects worldwide. The report, developed in collaboration with McKinsey & Company and entitled “Hydrogen Insights 2021: A Perspective on Hydrogen Investment, Deployment and […]

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Pure Hydrogen to develop large-scale facility in Australia

The Pure Hydrogen International joint venture – comprising Liberty Hydrogen and Real Energy’s wholly owned offshoot, Pure Hydrogen – has signed a term sheet with hydrogen developer Port Anthony Renewables to build a 20-ton-per-day hydrogen production facility at Port Anthony, about 200 kilometers southeast of Melbourne, Australia. “This agreement builds on our strategy of co-operating […]

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Australia Seeks German Expertise To Strengthen Their Green Hydrogen Future

The Australian Smart Energy Council and Deutsche Energie-Agentur will work together to develop a scheme to certify renewable hydrogen and carbon-neutral power fuels. The Australian Smart Energy Council and Germany’s energy agency, Deutsche Energie-Agentur, announced a partnership on Tuesday that will see them cooperate to ensure that customers are able to buy certifiably green hydrogen, […]

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Scotland stimulates hydrogen economy with £100m investment

Paul Wheelhouse, the energy minister of Scotland, has announced a £100 million plan to support the country’s hydrogen supply chain. “We are the first country in the U.K. to publish a hydrogen policy statement that sets out how we can make the most of Scotland’s massive potential in this new sector,” Wheelhouse said, adding that […]

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