Green hydrogen production technology is absolutely necessary to finally realize the hydrogen economy because unlike gray hydrogen, green hydrogen does not generate large amounts of carbon dioxide in the production process.
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.
FPT Industrial’s New XC13 Hydrogen Combustion Engine Makes Its Field Debut at Flachau Ski World Cup Together with PRINOTH
EverWind Fuels Company ("EverWind") today announces it has selected Black & Veatch to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) services for its green hydrogen and ammonia production and storage facility in Point Tupper, Nova Scotia, with initial commercial operations planned for 2025.
Howden Group based in Renfrew, Scotland, a leading global provider of mission critical air and gas handling products, technologies and services with leadership in hydrogen compression solutions, has welcomed the UK Government announcing an increase in funding for hydrogen at the Hydrogen Investment Summit in July 2022.
Burning of fossil fuels is one of the most common methods of generating energy. However, it has a detrimental impact on the environment.
Hydrogène de France (“HDF Energy”) – Euronext Paris: HDF – and its partners of the ELEMANTA H2 project announce the signature of an MoU to deploy mobile solutions providing, from green or low-carbon hydrogen, cold ironing services complementing the electrical grid, for container ships, cruise ships or tankers.
Imagine a truck that only emits water vapor, produces its own electricity onboard and has a range of up to 1 000 km. It’s possible with fuel cells powered by hydrogen, and Volvo Trucks has started to test vehicles using this new technology.