Howden, a leading global provider of mission critical air and gas handling products, technologies and services, has won ‘Hydrogen Technology of the Year’ in the annual Hydrogen Future Awards.
On March 6 and 7 at International LNG Congress 2023, more than 350 companies will discuss key challenges of the LNG industry – from transportation and storage infrastructure to use as a fuel or by end users.
As fusion developers around the world race to commercialize fusion energy, TAE Technologies has pioneered the pursuit of the cleanest and most economical path to providing electricity with hydrogen-boron (also known as p-B11 or p11B), an abundant, environmentally sound fuel.
A new project under the banner of the Green Deal and Green Renewable Energy was recently awarded to the consortium led by the University of Padova (Project Coordinator) with a group of 13 partners who will strive to generate and deliver the necessary results in multi-physics design and energy harvesting in the sector of sustainable hydropower.
UK green hydrogen pioneer GeoPura has received £36m investment from global industry leaders, with the round led by GM Ventures, the investment arm of General Motors, and co-led by Barclays Sustainable Impact Capital with participation from SWEN CP and Siemens Energy Ventures to scale its green hydrogen business, which is replacing diesel-fuelled generators and enabling zero-emissions energy across the board to create a more sustainable world.
Researchers Down Under have performed an astonishing feat by discovering a cost-effective, energy-efficient method that splits seawater to produce sustainable green hydrogen.
Plug Power (Plug), a leading provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen economy, and Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies, today announced a long-term strategic partnership to accelerate the green hydrogen economy.
Howden, a global leader in hydrogen compression solutions, signs a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hydrexia, a market leader in Hydrogen Refuelling Stations (HRS) system design.
ZeroAvia, a British/American aerospace company founded in 2018, has recently made aviation history by flying a 19-seat Dornier 228 test aircraft powered by a hydrogen-electric engine.
With India’s reliance on imported crude oil, opportunities exist to plan for and grow the use of green hydrogen as a zero-emissions fuel source for the country’s transport sector, including commercial fleets and aviation.