Renewable Hydrogen

Ørsted, ESB To Deliver Upto 5 GW Renewable Energy in Ireland

ESB, Ireland’s energy company and Danish clean energy major Ørsted have signed an agreement to jointly develop an Irish offshore wind portfolio. With the agreement, which marks the most ambitious partnership in Ireland to date, Ørsted becomes a 50/50 partner in a pipeline of offshore wind development projects off the Irish coast. The partnership is […]

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India & Australia Forge Partnership for Green Hydrogen Taskforce

A new Green Hydrogen Taskforce will see an exchange of ideas and expertise between India and Australia. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese have entered into an agreement to propel forward efforts on Green Hydrogen in unison.  “The task force will comprise Australian and Indian experts in renewable hydrogen and report […]

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Sungrow & SOL+ Distribuidora Forge Partnership for 500 MW Inverter Distribution in Brazil

Developer and producer of photovoltaic inverter technology, Sungrow, and SOL+ Distribuidora, the new business front of Holding SOL Copérnico, based in Brazil, have entered into a partnership facilitating distribution for the Brazilian market. As per the agreement, SOL+ will be responsible for the distribution of 500 MW of on-grid Sungrow photovoltaic inverters in all of […]

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EU, Kazakhstan Sign Agreement on Critical Raw Materials, Batteries & Renewable Hydrogen

On the sidelines of COP27 in Egypt, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Alikhan Smailov, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, have signed an MoU to develop renewable hydrogen and battery value chains. The objective is to boost the green and digital transformation of both sides’ economies. The agreement is also aimed at ensuring development […]

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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 Commission Funds €134 Million to Germany’s BASF for Renewable Hydrogen

The European Commission has announced the approval of a €134 million to support Germany’s BASF SE for the production of renewable hydrogen, with the aim of decarbonising its chemical production processes and of promoting hydrogen use in the transport sector. EC said that the measure contributes to the achievement of the EU Hydrogen Strategy and […]

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ICIS Initiates Europe’s First Market-Linked Renewable Hydrogen Assessments

ICIS, a global source of Independent Commodity Intelligence Services, has announced that it has launched the first hydrogen price assessments to reflect the market value of renewable electricity. ICIS said that this product will support participants with the intelligence needed to develop a liberalised clean hydrogen market and optimise energy transition resources. ICIS said that […]

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Shell To Build Europe’s Largest Renewable Hydrogen Plant

When Holland Hydrogen I starts operating in 2025, it will produce up to 60,000 kg of renewable Hydrogen and become the largest renewable hydrogen plant in Europe. Hydrogen will be produced by a 200 MW electrolyser, which will be constructed by Shell Nederland and Shell Overseas Investments in the port of Rotterdam. “Holland Hydrogen I […]

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South Korea, Saudi Arabia Agree to Jointly Develop Hydrogen Economy

South Korean President Moon Jae-in held talks with Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Tuesday and agreed to work together in areas related to the hydrogen economy. After holding the talks at the Al-Yamamah palace in Riyadh, the two nations signed preliminary deals to jointly develop green hydrogen, which is […]

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