The world understands that hydrogen is the next big thing in the field of energy. China, Europe, the U.S., and Israel have already invested in blue and green hydrogen-based solutions, with an understanding that hydrogen is a key factor in achieving net zero emission targets set for 2050.
Today, Levidian announces the first customer agreement to deploy LOOPs with Zero Carbon Ventures.
ZeroAvia, the leader in hydrogen-electric, zero-emission aviation, today signed an MoU and announced a new partnership with the hydrogen fueling firm ZEV Station to develop green hydrogen refueling infrastructure for airports in California.
This year's MIT Energy Conference, the largest student-led event of its kind, included keynote talks and panels that tackled some of the thorniest remaining challenges in the global effort to cut back on climate-altering emissions.
A 'cyber-leaf' designed and assembled using robots could help the world transition more quickly from climate change-inducing fossil fuels to green renewables, according to a new Cambridge study.
ACWA Power, a leading Saudi developer, investor and operator of desalinated water, power generation and green hydrogen plants worldwide, today announced that the company’s Rabigh 3 Independent Water Plant (IWP) in Saudi Arabia, has been recognised as the “world’s largest reverse osmosis desalination facility” by the Guinness World Records™, the ultimate global authority on record-breaking achievements.
Australian company Hysata’s world-leading hydrogen electrolyser technology has been recognised on the global stage with ground-breaking research published today in top tier peer-reviewed scientific journal Nature Communications
ACWA Power, a leading Saudi developer, investor and operator of power generation, desalinated water and green hydrogen plants worldwide, today broke ground on the 100 MW Nukus wind project, in a formal ceremony attended by H.E. Shavket Mirziyoyev, President, Republic of Uzbekistan; H.E. Yousef Saleh Algahrah Al-Otaibi, Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to the Republic of Uzbekistan, Mr. Mohammad Abunayyan, Chairman of ACWA Power, and senior officials from the Uzbek government.
The UK’s first hydrogen-fuelled waste collection vehicle was revealed today in Aberdeen, in a move which continues to accelerate the city’s thriving hydrogen economy.
A new sustainable and practical method for producing hydrogen from water has been discovered by a team of researchers at the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science (CSRS) in Japan led by Ryuhei Nakamura. Unlike current methods, the new method does not require rare metals that are expensive or in short supply.