hydrogen

Centre Working on Hydrogen Energy Development Targets: MNRE Secretary

The government is in the process of setting up targets for hydrogen energy development in the country, Indu Shekhar Chaturvedi, secretary, MNRE has said. The government is in the process of setting up targets for hydrogen energy development in the country. And a committee of officials has been formed to set those specific targets to develop […]

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Ontario Wasted Enough Clean Electricity to Power 720,000 Homes in 2019: Report

OSPE has revealed that Ontario wasted a total of 6.5 TWh of clean electricity in 2019 – an amount sufficient to power 720,000 average homes for one year. The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE), the voice of Ontario’s engineering community, has released updated data on curtailed (wasted) energy, following its 2019 Retail Electricity Price […]

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Design Breakthrough can Spur Advances in Solar Lasers and Hydrogen Generation

Scientists in Japan have developed a fully planar device that converts sunlight into a laser beam, which can efficiently power hydrogen fuel generators. Solar-pumped lasers convert sunlight into laser beams, which can be used to produce hydrogen—a clean type of fuel that can help to tackle the current environmental crisis. But, these lasers usually require […]

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bp Shifts Focus; Planning for 50 GW Renewable Capacity by 2030

bp has introduced its new strategy that will reshape its business as it pivots from being an international oil company to an integrated energy company bp has introduced its new strategy that will reshape its business as it pivots from being an international oil company focused on producing resources to an integrated energy company focused […]

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Scientists Identify new Catalysts for More Efficient Hydrogen Electrolysis

A team of scientists has discovered the parameters that determine the efficiency of a class of low-cost catalysts called spinel oxides – a discovery that breaks a bottleneck in the extraction of hydrogen from water through electrolysis. A team of scientists led by the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has discovered the parameters that […]

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EDP, Galp, Vestas and More to Asses Green Hydrogen Feasibility in Portugal

EDP, Galp, Martifer, REN, Vestas and several European partners will assess the feasibility of the H2 Sines project, which aims to implement an industrial cluster for green hydrogen production based in the city of Sines in Portugal. EDP, Galp, Martifer, REN, Vestas and several European partners will assess the feasibility of the H2 Sines project, […]

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Utah-Based Power Innovations sets new Hydrogen Fuel Cells Record

Utah-based Power Innovations has successfully completed a landmark 48-hour test with Hydrogen Fuel Cells, doubling the previous record of 24 hours Utah-based energy solutions provider Power Innovations has announced that it has successfully completed a landmark 48-hour test with Hydrogen Fuel Cells. In the test, which set a new Hydrogen Fuel Cell (HFC) record, the firm powered a full […]

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ARENA to Support BP Study to Scale Renewable Hydrogen in Australia

ARENA has announced AUD 1.71 million in funding to BP Australia to assess the feasibility of building a renewable hydrogen facility in Western Australia. On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced AUD 1.71 million in funding to BP Australia Pty Ltd (BP Australia) to assess the feasibility of […]

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HyperSolar Accelerates Production of Renewable Solar Hydrogen Panels With new Tie-up

HyperSolar is working with Suzhou GH to make the final modifications to the solar cells required to manufacture the Gen 1 hydrogen production panels HyperSolar Inc, the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and water, has announced that it is working with Suzhou GH New Energy, a division of GCL […]

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