Green Hydrogen

JSW Energy Partners with Australian Firm To Develop Green Hydrogen Projects

JSW Energy’s wholly-owned subsidiary, JSW Future Energy Ltd. has partnered with an Australian firm Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), to explore opportunities to develop green hydrogen projects in India. Under the agreement, FFI and JSW Energy will collaborate and work on potential projects for the production of green hydrogen and explore opportunities to utilize it for […]

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New York Allocates $12.5 M for Green H2 Exploration

New York will use $12.5 million of state funds for long-duration energy storage technologies and pilot projects exploring the potential for green hydrogen production, said Governor Andrew M Cuomo recently. To support the state’s decarbonisation goals and its pledge to cut its carbon footprint by 85% by 2050, New York is also collaborating with the […]

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2-Day Virtual Summit on Green H2 among BRICS Nations Starts Tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, India is organising a two-day virtual summit (June 22, 2021 to June 23, 2021) on green hydrogen initiatives  involving the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) nations. The event will be anchored by India’s largest power producer and one of the global energy majors, NTPC Ltd., a CPSU under Ministry of […]

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Wind-powered Economical Green H2 by 2030 Possible: Siemens Gamesa

Spanish wind turbine technologies company Siemens Gamesa yesterday released a white paper entitled ‘Unlocking the Green Hydrogen Revolution’ that outlines an ambitious plan to deliver cost-competitive green hydrogen by 2030 from onshore wind and by 2035 from offshore wind. The renewable energy company says that achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 is crucial to fight climate change and […]

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Luxembourg’s ArcelorMittal Invests $10 M in RE Tech Company Heliogen

ArcelorMittal S.A., a Luxembourgish multinational steel manufacturing corporation headquartered in Luxembourg City, announced yesterday its initial investment of $10 million in US renewable energy technology company Heliogen, marking the completion of the steel producer’s first XCarb™ innovation fund investment since launching the initiative in March 2021. Heliogen’s technology will harness solar energy by using a field of mirrors […]

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CWP & Mauritania In MOU to Build Green H2 Plant, but will Citizens Benefit?

NSW-headquartered renewable energy developer CWP Global recently announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the government of Mauritania for the development of a 30GW green hydrogen project. CWP claims that the project, called Aman, will be the world’s biggest renewable energy project, exporting green hydrogen and its derivatives to global markets. […]

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Is ‘Oil Miracle’ Middle East Now Seeking to Become a Hydrogen Capital?

In the wake of hydrogen, especially green hydrogen (produced through electrolysis using renewable energy), being posited as an ideal alternative to fossil fuels for producing electricity, the oil powerhouse Middle East has set out to become a major producer of the new clean fuel—green H2. Many oil-dependent economies within the OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum […]

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Lightsource BP to Invest €900 mn in Portugal to Build 1.3 GW Solar Plants

London-based solar power developer Lightsource bp, a 50:50 joint venture with oil and gas company bp, recently announced that it has partnered with Portuguese local company INSUN to build five large-scale solar plants in Portugal, which are expected to add over 1.35 GW of low-carbon, renewable power to Portugal’s energy mix. The company plans to […]

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U.K. Govt Gives a £166.5 Million Major Cash Boost to Green Tech

The UK government recently announced a £166.5 million cash injection for the country’s green technology and development, as part of the Green Industrial Revolution. The funding package will help the UK meet its climate targets, create jobs, and decarbonise its most polluting industries. Energy Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan said, “Just 6 months ago, the Prime Minister set […]

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