The European Hydrogen Backbone (EHB) initiative has presented an analysis on future demand, supply and transport of hydrogen across Europe which anticipates that the economics of green hydrogen production costs will improve, allowing a rapid scale-up.
In order to ensure the rapid transition of the Lithuanian economy to renewable energy and green transformation in different economic sectors, a national study on the use and development of hydrogen is being initiated by the Ministry of Energy.
Klaipedos Nafta together with Larvik Shipping and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines have reached an agreement to commence a feasibility study to develop liquefied CO2 loading facilities at KN’s existing infrastructure in Klaipeda, Lithuania.
Estonian energy company Alexela and cleantech start-up PowerUP Energy Technologies, unveiled the first-ever Smart Hydrogen cabinet targeted towards small application users of hydrogen including sailing boats, yachts, and campervans.
Powerhouse Energy Group agreed to sign non-binding Heads of Terms with Hydrogen Utopia International to grant an exclusive non-transferable licence for the application of its DMG technology, which is designed to convert waste plastic into energy including hydrogen, in Greece and Hungary.
The demand for hydrogen to quintuple by 2050. The Green Hydrogen Forum explored the current state of hydrogen projects, underlining the major challenges to overcome related to transportation and investors' confidence.
MVM Group and LINDE GAS signed a strategic agreement on the implementation of clean hydrogen projects in Hungary. One priority is the production of carbon-free hydrogen by electrolysis based on LINDE Group's technologies and the RES of MVM Group.
For steel to play a positive role in a sustainable future, a decarbonisation process must begin now: VERBUND, together with voestalpine and Siemens have launched the project H2FUTURE for the generation of green hydrogen from electricity from RES.
GIE position paper outlines clear policy recommendations that will boost the establishment of the hydrogen economy. It also presents the unique benefits of the gas infrastructure in integrating hydrogen.
As the most cost-competitive and versatile electricity source, solar is a critical ally to making Europe the world leader in renewable hydrogen. Speakers at the SolarPower Summit analysed the risks and the opportunities for competitiveness.
PKN ORLEN has commenced the process to select a contractor for its hydrogen refuelling stations in Poznań and Katowice. The Group is also set to start the construction of a hydrogen hub in Włocławek by the end of this year.
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