Kent, a leading engineering company in the area of oil and gas, carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS), and hydrogen (H2) technologies, has partnered with The University of Manchester to produce a new syngas and blue hydrogen technology with nearly zero direct carbon dioxide emissions.
As Net Zero Week drives focus on the UK’s progress to the 2050 target, Wales’ journey towards Net Zero is already being boosted with green hydrogen produced in South Wales.
The Green Hydrogen Alliance (GHA) is a new, independent business group representing some of the leading companies involved in the supply and use of green hydrogen.
PowerCell has signed a five-year frame agreement for serial deliveries of hydrogen fuel cell systems with the British company ColGar Energy, a subsidiary within the leading Vantastec Group.
Oxford nanoSystems (OnS), an advanced materials technology company, has today announced a major breakthrough in the race to drive down the production cost of zero-emission green hydrogen.
The race to make the widespread use of intermittent renewable energy a reality has taken a step forward with new research by experts from the University of Adelaide who are improving the efficiency of iridium-based catalysts.
With electric road vehicles now more commonplace than ever, it has become even more pressing to find environmentally compatible ways to transport people and goods through the skies in an attempt to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.
Norwegian high-tech electrolyser company Hystar has today signed their first commercial contract, with Polish energy giant Polenergia, to deliver a 5MW electrolyser as part of Polenergia’s H2HubNS project.
Komatsu Ltd. has developed a new concept medium-sized hydraulic excavator that combines a hydrogen fuel cell and Komatsu-developed key components to achieve carbon neutrality at workplaces of construction equipment.
Nova Innovation, a leading tidal energy developer, is heading up a consortium to look at the potential of producing green hydrogen and oxygen from their tidal energy projects in Shetland.