Mark Horsley, Chief Executive Officer for Northern Gas Networks has given his backing to the UK Government’s £30 million investment in hydrogen demonstration projects contributing towards reaching Net Zero targets.
Burckhardt Compression is cooperating with GRZ Technologies, a spin-off of Laboratory of Materials for Renewable Energy from EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland, to develop a new hydrogen compression technology.
Kensa Contracting’s recently appointed Director of Business Development, Karl Drage, has joined the global Ted community with a recent presentation at Leamington Spa College, UK.
£7.5 million funding has been awarded for the next phase of Gigastack, a new renewable hydrogen project, as part of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Hydrogen Supply Competition.
Maire Tecnimont Group’s NextChem, an Italian company focused on Energy Transition, has launched a new partnership with Kansas based Saola Energy to license technology for the production of renewable diesel.
PJSC RusHydro has announced an inauguration of the 346 MW Zaramagskaya HPP-1 hydropower plant in North Ossetia.
UPS has announced it has entered into multi-year renewable natural gas agreements with Kinetrex Energy and TruStar Energy, supplying UPS with up to 80 million gal. equivalents of renewable natural gas.
Gevo Inc., a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) producer, has announced it has supplied SAF to further support carbon neutrality goals in the aviation industry.
Aalborg CSP A/S, received a new order for turnkey delivery of a customised 1.2 MW integrated electrical heat pump system to Saltum Fjernvarme in Denmark.
Twelve Member States have reached a share equal to or above their 2020 target, according to research carried out by Eurostat.
According to HANNOVER MESSE, hydrogen and fuel cell technology is an increasingly strong contender for electric vehicle power supply in Germany, and the country's political leaders are starting to put the necessary programs in place.
ShipFC consortium’s project has been awarded a €10 million fund injection from the EU to deliver a fuel-cell powered by green ammonia.
A consortium comprising of Nouryon, Gasunie and four other partners will receive an €11 million European grant towards their proposed green hydrogen project in Delfzijl, the Netherlands.