The road map has the vision that in 2050 a market will be established for the production and use of hydrogen. In the short term, the government will by 2025 facilitate the establishment of five hydrogen hubs in maritime transport in collaboration with private actors, the establishment of one or two industrial projects with associated production facilities and between five and ten pilot projects for the development and demonstration of new and more cost-effective hydrogen solutions and technologies.
Norway: Roadmap for hydrogen: Node and research
bp, Aker and Statkraft join forces for offshore wind in the Norwegian North Sea
SoCalGas' H2 Hydrogen Home Named a Fast Company 2021 World-Changing Idea; Project recognized for its innovative home energy design
GM to supply electric batteries, hydrogen fuel cell systems for Wabtec locomotive
Under the nonbinding memorandum of understanding, GM will supply Ultium electric batteries and Hydrotec hydrogen fuel cell power cubes. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
"Wabtec's decision to deploy GM's Ultium battery and Hydrotec hydrogen fuel cell systems further validates our advanced technology," GM President Mark Reuss said.
Ultium is a key part of GM’s strategy to roll out efficient and cost effective electric vehicles, and closing a deal with Wabtec would help spread development costs over a larger volume of batteries. GM is developing a hydrogen fuel-cell-powered commercial truck with truck maker Navistar (NAV.N).
GM's Ultium batteries will be built by the company's joint venture with South Korea battery maker LG Energy Solution (051910.KS), which is building plants in Ohio and Tennessee. The hydrogen fuel-cell systems will be assembled by GM's joint venture with Honda (7267.T) in Brownstown, Michigan.
San Francisco Bay Area’s AC Transit orders an additional 20 fuel cell-electric buses from NFI’s New Flyer
Supported by Federal Transit Administration funds, the order follows AC Transit’s 2019 purchase of ten hydrogen fuel cell-electric and five battery-electric buses from NFI, and demonstrably advances AC Transit’s Clean Corridors Plan (a commitment to operate a 25% zero-emission fleet by 2023) and ultimately its implementation of the California Air Resources Board (“CARB”) Innovative Clean Transit Regulation that requires all California agencies to transition to zero-emission bus fleets by 2040.
U.S. Must Take Lead Role in Hydrogen Use For Our Energy Future
Imagine a leadership role for the U.S. in the multi-trillion-dollar hydrogen economy that is emerging with millions of jobs created. It doesn’t take much imagination to recognize that this has to be part of the future.
How Japan’s Big Bet on Hydrogen Could Revolutionize the Energy Market; The country’s effort to be carbon-free by 2050 relies on a fuel source many see as too expensive and unrealistic
Why green hydrogen is reaching a tipping point; Five drivers of the low-carbon hydrogen market boom
After a pandemic-related dip in Q2 and Q3 2020, investment in low-carbon hydrogen is once again on the up. At least US$4.5 billion was invested in the hydrogen market in the first quarter of 2021 alone, with 55 projects announced.
Until 2019, global estimated electrolyser manufacturing capacity was a mere 200 MW. That has since jumped to 6.3 GW of current announced electrolyser capacity, with 1.3 GW added in Q1 2021 alone and another step up in the announced pipeline.
Of course, this still represents only a small percentage of the almost 1,000 GW of electrolyser capacity needed by 2050 to meet our demand forecasts. However, the exponential rate of growth in manufacturing capacity is clear and likely to continue.
Energy Department seeks to cut hydrogen cost 80% in bid for clean and versatile power
Rolls-Royce wants a ‘pioneering’ role in fuel cell applications
China's Sinopec targets 500,000 T of 'green' hydrogen capacity by 2025
Plug Power Announces Green Hydrogen Plant in Camden County, Georgia
Cummins Electrolyzers Power First-Of-Its Kind Hydrogen Refuelling Station
The Port of Antwerp, Belgium, will be home to the world’s first hydrogen refueling station capable of supplying green hydrogen directly to ships, cars, trucks and industrial customers. The station, built by CMB.TECH, will utilize the Cummins HyLYZER®-250, a 1.2 MW PEM electrolyzer, to produce hydrogen on site.
Port of Los Angeles Rolls Out Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Freight Demonstration ; ‘Shore-to-Store’ Advances Zero-Emissions Transit Across Supply Chain
The Port of Los Angeles and its partners are launching a new era of pollution-free goods movement with the debut of five new hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) and the grand opening of two hydrogen fueling stations. Under the $82.5 million Shore-to-Store (S2S) project, more than a dozen public and private sector partners have teamed up for a 12-month demonstration of the zero-emissions Class 8 trucks and will expand the project to include five more hydrogen-fueled heavy-duty trucks, two battery-electric yard tractors, and two battery-electric forklifts.
Secretary Granholm Launches Energy Earthshots Initiative to Accelerate Breakthroughs Toward a Net-Zero Economy; First Energy Earthshot Aims to Slash the Cost of Clean Hydrogen by 80% to $1 per Kilogram in One Decade
Currently, hydrogen from renewable energy costs about $5 per kilogram. By achieving Hydrogen Shot’s 80% cost reduction goal, we can unlock a five-fold increase in demand by increasing clean hydrogen production from pathways such as renewables, nuclear, and thermal conversion. This would create more clean energy jobs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and position America to compete in the clean energy market on a global scale.
The Best Used Car Deal On The Block Is A Hydrogen-Powered Sedan
Mirai’s power plant has shown unprecedented durability, with only two vehicles having software glitches that needed attention out of 1200 new Mirais sold at Longo.
Californian legislators call for additional hydrogen infrastructure funding
SGH2 Signs Largest Green H2 Offtake Deals in History to Help Decarbonize the California Transportation Sector
Today, the global energy company SGH2 Energy announced the execution of contracts between its subsidiary SGH2 Lancaster Project Company, LLC and two of California’s largest owners and operators of hydrogen refueling stations (HRS). The companies will use SGH2’s greener than green hydrogen to supply both existing and 90 new refueling stations, which are being rolled out across the state.
Also today, SGH2 Energy and the City of Lancaster announced the signing of their formal public-private partnership establishing the company and city as co-owners of the SGH2 greener than green hydrogen plant based in Lancaster, CA.
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EU Targets $1 Billion for Clean Technology in Pact With Bill Gates
The Commission and Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, a program founded by Gates, want to muster the funding in 2022-2026 to build large-scale, commercial-demonstration projects that will deliver significant reductions in carbon dioxide, the European Union’s regulator said on Wednesday. The partners will also invest in direct air emissions capture and long-duration energy storage.