Sustainable Development Firm Arup Appoints Sachin Chugh As India Hydrogen Lead

London-based engineering and sustainable development consultancy Arup has appointed Sachin Chugh as the new Hydrogen Lead, in India. In his new role at Arup, Sachin will drive forward the firm’s hydrogen and energy portfolio, leveraging his extensive expertise to deliver cutting-edge solutions that meet the evolving needs of their clients in India, said the company […]

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Incheon, Harvard Researchers Improve Fuel Cell Durability With Innovation

Scientists from the Incheon University in South Korea and Harvard University have developed a fatigue-resistant electrolyte membrane with an interpenetrating polymer network, which prolongs the lifespan of fuel cells. In hydrogen fuel cells, electrolyte membranes frequently undergo deformation and develop cracks during operation. The research team from these universities has recently introduced a fatigue-resistant polymer […]

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Australia India Trade Association Inks MoU with SMART Energy Council of Australia

The Australia India Trade Association (AITA) welcomed to India more than 20 clean energy firms based in Australia. The delegates are visiting the country as part of SMART energy council that is being led by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. On the occasion, the delegates interacted with Kanubhai Desai, who is the minister for energy […]

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Germany To Build First Green Ammonia Import Terminal in Hamburg

Germany’s Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) has has decided upon the northern city of Hamburg for the country’s groundbreaking new green ammonia landing site.  The operational start is planned for 2026. The facility will be a milestone for Germany’s efforts to decarbonize industry by the employment of hydrogen. German Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate […]

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European Commission to Allocate €3 Billion for Green Hydrogen

Europe is ‘practically’ on its way to becoming the largest hydrogen player in the world as the European Commission plans to inject a massive investment in the hydrogen sector. Frans Timmermans, the European Commission Executive Vice President, has announced that €3 billion funds would be allocated from the next Innovation Fund large-scale call to support […]

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European Union to Invest $5.2 Billion More for Green Hydrogen Projects

To provide a major thrust to hydrogen development in the region, the European Commission (EC) has approved $5.2 billion in public funding. The EU said that the new investments will also be attracting about $6.8 billion in private funding for the hydrogen industry. The EU held that 13 countries will be giving funds for a […]

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Cummins to Expand Belgium Electrolyzer Manufacturing Capacity To 1 GW

American multinational Cummins Inc. has announced that it will expand PEM electrolyzer manufacturing capacity at its Oevel, Belgium, factory to 1 GW with the support from the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) Hy2Tech program. Cummins held that IPCEI will help Cummins develop a new generation of PEM electrolyzer cell stacks to power large-scale […]

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Marsh Launches Insurance Facility For Green & Blue Hydrogen Project Risks

Global insurance broker and risk advisor Marsh has announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind insurance and reinsurance facility that provides dedicated insurance capacity for new and existing green and blue hydrogen energy projects. Marsh said that the facility is developed by the company in collaboration with insurers Liberty Specialty Markets and AIG. The facility provides […]

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Korea’s Largest Hydrogen Production Complex Ready in Gyeonggi Province

Gyeonggi Provincial Government of South Korea has announced that a hydrogen production complex capable of supplying fuel for 410,000 hydrogen vehicles per year is opened in Pyeongtaek City in the Province. As per the official statement by the government, it is the first of its kind in the Korean capital region. Gyeonggi Province expects that […]

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