Green Hydrogen

Fusion Fuel Green Partners With CCC to Develop Hydrogen Plant

The world is running after clean energy sources, and green hydrogen has evolved as one of the best possible sources of fuel or electricity. A green hydrogen technology company, headquartered in Ireland, Fusion Fuel Green PLC has announced that it has partnered with Consolidated Contractors Group S.A.L. (CCC), to develop a green hydrogen plant in […]

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ARENA Allocates Over $100 mn for Australia’s 1st Large-scale H2 Plants

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), on behalf of the Australian Government, announced yesterday its conditional approval of $103.3 million towards three commercial-scale renewable hydrogen projects, as part of its Renewable Hydrogen Deployment Funding Round. The three successful projects are: 1. Engie Renewables Australia Pty Ltd (Engie), which will receive $42.5 million towards a 10 MW […]

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Gadkari Promotes Investment in Indian RE Sector at Indo-US Summit 2021

At the Indo-US Partnership Vision Summit 2021, organised by IMC Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Friday, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari called the Indo-US partnership ‘the most important partnership of the 21 century’. Speaking about the growing confidence between India and the US, he said that all outstanding trade issues would be resolved soon, and […]

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Iberdrola, bp & Enagás to Study Largest Green H2 Production in Valencia

Bilbao-based Spanish energy giant Iberdrola has recently revealed that it is collaborating with gas and oil companies Enagas and bp to study the feasibility of  building, at bp’s refinery in Castellón, the first phase of the largest green hydrogen production facility in the region of Valencia. The study aims at examining the possibility of installing […]

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Engie to Develop 2 GW Renewable Energy in Chile by 2025

French multinational electric utility company Engie recently presented a comprehensive plan at the Presidential Palace of Chile for its operations in the country, including the development of 2 GW of renewable energy capacity and the end of its 1.5 GW of coal-fired power generation activities by 2025, both of which are part of the firm’s ambition […]

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Bloom Energy Installs its First Green Hydrogen-Powered Fuel Cells

California-headquartered Bloom Energy announced yesterday that it has successfully deployed 100 kilowatts of solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFC) powered solely by hydrogen in Ulsan, South Korea, generating zero-carbon onsite electricity. For this project, the firm had worked in collaboration with its Korean partner, SK Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., an affiliate of SK Group. The installation […]

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Vitol buys 10% stake in Norway’s Green Hydrogen producer Gen2 Energy

Vitol, the world’s biggest independent oil trader, has announced its acquisition of a 10% equity interest in Gen2 Energy, a Norwegian green hydrogen producer, for an undisclosed sum. Over the last few years, the Dutch energy and commodity trading company has been expanding its foothold in the renewables sector and made investment commitments of $1 billion to […]

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Clean Hydrogen Production Costs to be Brought Well Below USD 2/kg by 2030: ETC

In its parallel report, the ETC states that the production costs for clean hydrogen can be brought well below USD 2/kg by 2030. In its parallel report Making the Hydrogen Economy Possible: Accelerating clean hydrogen in an electrified economy, the ETC sets out the complementary role for clean hydrogen and how a combination of private-sector […]

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LONGi Signs up for Green Hydrogen With Special Unit

LONGi Green Energy, the largest solar manufacturer globally, has gone ahead and incorporated a business unit in March to explore and get in early into the green Hydrogen market. LONGi has a targeted manufacturing capacity of 40 GW in modules, 20 GW in cells, and mono ingots at 65 GW. The move by LONGi really […]

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