hydrogen

GAIL Seeks Bids to Appoint Consultants for Renewable Plants in Odisha

Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) has invited bids for the appointment of consultant(s) for a year-long detailed feasibility study regarding the setting up of a greenfield solar plant and a green hydrogen and/or ammonia plant in Odisha. Bid submission deadline is 1:00 PM on February 18, 2022. Some of the key details mentioned in the tender […]

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Green H2 to Become Low-cost in 12 Markets by 2030; Brazil, Chile to Lead

The hydrogen boom is well underway, but not all hydrogen is created equal. A spectrum of hydrogen colours are in play – but the real game-changer will come when low-carbon green hydrogen costs become competitive in major markets, states Bridget van Dorsten, Hydrogen Research Analyst, Wood Machenzie. In a recent report by WoodMac, “Hydrogen Costs 2021: […]

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S Korea to Push Hydrogen Ammonia Pwr Gen Project, Replace Coal, LNG

The Korean government will promote the commercialisation of hydrogen and ammonia co-firing power generation to replace coal and liquefied natural gas power generation. The government is planning to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by commercialising ammonia co-firing power plant by 2030 (20 per cent) and hydrogen by 2025 (more than 30 per cent). The Ministry of Trade, […]

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Decoding The Reliance Gambit In Renewable Energy

It All Started in 2017 It was on the firm’s 40th anniversary celebrations in 2017 that Mukesh Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Industries first asked the rhetorical question, “Can Reliance become a clean energy company?”. “Why Not?”, he answered it himself at the time, without getting into any further details. Almost three years later, at the firm’s […]

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After Reliance, IOC, NTPC, now GAIL to Foray into Hydrogen

State-owned natural gas corporation GAIL plans to foray into hydrogen and ethanol production, as well as expanding its presence in the petrochemicals segment. Hydrogen is a clean fuel that, when consumed in a fuel cell, produces only water. Many countries are venturing into hydrogen production from a variety of domestic resources, such as natural gas, nuclear […]

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World’s Biggest Green Energy Hub Proposed for Western Australia

An international consortium is planning to build what would be the world’s biggest renewable energy hub in Australia, covering an area half the size of Belgium, to convert wind and solar power into green fuels like hydrogen. The consortium, which comprises of InterContinental Energy, CWP Global and Mirning Green Energy Limited, aims to build Western Green Energy […]

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Shell & Uniper Sign MoU to Push Development of H2 Economy in Europe

Shell Gas & Power Developments B.V. and Uniper Hydrogen GmbH have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore accelerating the development of a hydrogen economy in Europe. Under the MoU, they intend to find joint opportunities to couple industrial and mobility demand with hydrogen supply, production and storage. The companies will begin by assessing the […]

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South Korean Scientists Work to Lower H2 Storage & Transportation Costs

In a recent study published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, a team of scientists at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) explore the possibility to trap hydrogen inside ice-like crystals to make its storage and transportation less demanding. Hydrogen (H2) is increasingly being posited as a key clean fuel for our transition to an […]

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India H2 Alliance Makes Six-Point Submission to Create ‘Bharat H2’ Supply Chain

India H2 Alliance has submitted a six-point agenda for creating a domestic ‘Bharat H2’ supply chain and build hydrogen systems at scale. India H2 Alliance (IH2A), the industry-led energy transition coalition, has submitted a six-point agenda to the Government of India for creating a domestic ‘Bharat H2’ supply chain and to build hydrogen systems at […]

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