Green gases from sun and wind are a new opportunity for North Africa
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Ammonia becomes part of Norway's hydrogen strategy

Norwegian Oil and Energy Minister Tina Bru says that ammonia will be set on equal footing as an energy source in the country's new strategy to develop hydrogen. This could be interesting to shipping, which is looking for new energy types.

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Listen: Costing sustainable hydrogen: prices, pathways and policies

This episode of the Commodities Focus podcast defines the pathways to H2 decarbonisation, explains what S&P Global Platts is doing to shed light on an opaque market and looks at emerging strategies in Europe and beyond.

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Europe needs a “Clean Hydrogen Coalition”

Bloomberg analysed recently that Chinese have already become leaders in low-cost manufacturing of the most mature alkaline electrolysis technology, as they sell mostly to domestic markets. Here is why we need a “Hydrogen Coalition” very soon: We need to defend our leading global role in hydrogen technologies. This is cheaper in the end than catching up like we have to do in the field of batteries.

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The Path for Green Hydrogen: Hope or Hype?
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Hydrogen energy industry looks to grow in Wales
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Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District becomes first in the nation with commercial order of 60’ hydrogen fuel cell buses
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KRRI to Deploy Hydrogen Fuel Cell Train, Powered by Horizon
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Low-carbon hydrogen – international project examines new technology

The HyPER project (Bulk Hydrogen Production by Sorbent Enhanced Steam Reforming) will construct a state-of-the-art 1.5 MWth pilot plant at Cranfield University to test an innovative hydrogen production technology that substantially reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

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PLUG POWER PARTNERS WITH LIGHTNING SYSTEMS TO BUILD ZERO-EMISSION ‘MIDDLE-MILE’ DELIVERY SOLUTION
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Eon, the Port of Rotterdam Authority and Deltaport Niederrheinhäfen want to build an infrastructure for propelling ships with "green" energy from hydrogen and battery power.
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Germany wants to import hydrogen from West Africa

Germany is building a partnership with West African countries to import green hydrogen. Research Minister Anja Karliczek said after meeting her colleague Yahouza Sadissou from Niger.

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Cummins Looks To Power Electric Fleet Vehicles
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Can we adjust to oil? - I'm not worried, says the oil expert
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How Renewable Energy Will Make All The Cheap Hydrogen We Need
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Faurecia, one of the world’s leading automotive technology companies, was recently awarded a significant contract for fuel cell electric vehicle storage systems from Hyundai Motor Company.
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Trains go green: focus on battery and hydrogen
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CNH Industrial brands IVECO and FPT together with Nikola Motor Company announce future Nikola TRE production in Ulm, Germany

The IVECO manufacturing facility in Ulm, Germany, will host the production hub for the Nikola TRE battery electric and fuel-cell electric heavy-duty truck models.

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Zero-carbon hydrogen injected into gas grid for first time in groundbreaking UK trial: Blend of hydrogen and natural gas is being used to heat homes and faculty buildings at Keele University
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Hyundai Motor to Produce Hydrogen Commercial Cars in China
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Investors hit the gas on hydrogen producers: Falling costs boost element’s potential in broader transition away from fossil fuels
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Norway: Norwegian transport giant is first out with trucks that only run on hydrogen

Transport giant Asko will make its trucks completely emissions-free from 2026. The first clean hydrogen truck is already on the road, and more are on the way.

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OCTA Debuts Nation’s Largest Hydrogen Fueling Station and 10 Zero-Emission Fuel Cell Electric Buses
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Western Energy Hub Poised for Pivotal Role Supplying California Markets with Green Energy

As detailed in the paper, "Integrating Clean Energy Technologies with Existing Infrastructure," the Western Energy Hub, near Delta, Utah, sits atop the only known utility-scale "Gulf Coast"-style salt dome in the western U.S., capable of storing gases, including hydrogen and compressed air, that can be drawn upon efficiently and economically to meet variable power requirements. For example, power from renewable sources can be stored as hydrogen and later returned to the grid as electricity in a variety of ways, including as a carbon-free fuel for combined-cycle turbines such as those that will be installed at the adjacent Intermountain Power Project for startup in 2025.

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