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Polish hydrogen economy to be predicated on Hydrogen Valleys, Minister says

The development of Poland's hydrogen economy will be predicated on the creation of Hydrogen Valleys, the Polish Deputy Minister and Government Plenipotentiary for RES, Ireneusz Zyska said during a recent conference.

World’s first two-way hydrogen production facility opens in Poland

A two-way hydrogen production installation of an electrolyser integrated with a combined heat and power plant, based on solid oxide cells, was opened in Elbląg, Poland on 17 May.

OMV Petrom to produce green hydrogen at the Petrobrazi refinery

OMV Petrom announced the signing of a contract through the National Plan for Recovery and Resilience for the construction of a hydrogen production capacity by water electrolysis at the Petrobrazi refinery.

What is a hydrogen valley and how it can help to scale up the EU hydrogen economy

Hydrogen Valleys have become a global phenomenon. We took a look at projects in the CEE region, which offers great potential for hydrogen market uptake.

Hungary’s first hydrogen production plant was handed over

This is the beginning of a new era in the history of Hungarian hydrogen economy, said Hungary's Energy Minister Csaba Lantos on Tuesday at Kardoskút where Hungary's first hydrogen production plant was handed over.

Japan and Poland sign hydrogen cooperation agreement

Poland's Minister of Climate and the Environement, Anna Moskwa and Japan's Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Yasutoshi Nishimura signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in the area of hydrogen.

World’s first geological hydrogen storage facility goes into operation

Two years after the start of the project, the world‘s first hydrogen storage facility in an underground porous reservoir, in Gampern, Upper Austria has gone into operation at the end of April 2023.

Poland’s GAZ-SYSTEM and Denmark’s Energinet to establish biomethane and hydrogen cooperation framework

GAZ-SYSTEM and Energinet have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation on accelerating the energy transition and strengthening regional energy security.

E.ON sees progress in Germany’s hydrogen economy, but the infrastructure is yet to be developed

Germany is making progress in ramping up the hydrogen economy, as shown by the second H2-Bilanz published by E.ON based on data from the Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne (EWI).

Enea’s new gas units to be fitted with green hydrogen co-combustion

Enea has confirmed that the modernisation of its gas power plant in Kozienice with CCGT technology, will enable co-combustion of green hydrogen in the gas units.

Estonian public and private organisations establish ‘Hydrogen Valley Estonia’

Alexela, Eesti Energia, the Port of Tallinn, the University of Tartu and the Estonian Hydrogen Association signed an agreement to establish Hydrogen Valley Estonia to accelerate the vigorous and versatile development of the hydrogen industry.

New ‘Learnbook on Hydrogen Supply Corridors’: a solid basis for further collaboration

The Roundtable for Hydrogen Transmission and Distribution of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance has published its 'Learnbook on Hydrogen Supply Corridors' which provides industry expertise and knowledge of the development of the 6 potential hydrogen import corridors.

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