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Examining the emerging hydrogen industry in Australia

Countries are slowly diversifying their energy portfolio by including hydrogen in their future roadmap towards a low carbon economy. Today, several global trends and activities distinguish the renewed focus on hydrogen from what has...
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IHA paper: Couple green hydrogen with hydropower to create a net-zero future

The International Hydropower Association (IHA) has released a research and policy paper that outlines how hydropower could be pivotal in supporting growth in green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is produced through electrolysis using decarbonized electricity and...

Fortum and Uniper team to manage operations of generating assets

Fortum and Uniper have finalized the first planning phase in three strategic cooperation areas: Nordic hydropower and physical trading optimization, wind and solar development, and hydrogen. Under the proposed plans, Fortum would lead the operations...

Saudi Arabia’s entrance into the hydrogen market makes perfect sense

Saudi's entrance into the emerging global Hydrogen Market makes perfect sense.

JetBlue invests in Universal Hydrogen to help advance carbon-free flight

JetBlue Technology Ventures (JTV), the venture capital subsidiary of JetBlue Airways announced that it is one of the investors in Series A funding for Universal Hydrogen through which the company raised $20.5 million. Universal Hydrogen...
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OUC getting help from Burns & Mac on hydrogen demonstration project

Mitigating the effects of solar power intermittency is just one of the challenges the new system will provide
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Axpo to produce hydrogen at 43.4-MW Eglisau-Glattfelden hydropower plant

Axpo plans to produce green hydrogen by building a production facility at its 43.4-MW Eglisau-Glattfelden hydropower plant on the Rhine River in Switzerland, the first of several hydrogen facilities Axpo will commission in the...
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Black & Veatch joins EPRI & GTI-led low carbon initiative

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm Black & Veatch has joined the Low Carbon Resources Initiative led by top energy research firms in the nation.

Private infrastructure fund for clean hydrogen projects launched

This week, Plug Power, Chart Industries, and Baker Hughes announced their intention to become cornerstone investors in the formation of the  FiveT Hydrogen Fund, a new clean-hydrogen-only private infrastructure fund dedicated to delivering clean...

How ‘green’ are electric cars?

It is important to address the huge implications for our natural resources not only to produce green technologies like electric cars, but to keep them charged.