SunHydrogen announces that its is on track to demonstrate prototype pf nanoparticle based hydrogen technology

SunHydrogen, Inc., the developer of technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and water, today provided an update on the company’s progress toward multiple planned 2022 milestones.

Ford patents its hydrogen-fueled combustion engine

Automaker Ford had recently announced that its business will continue as two separate divisions - 'Model E' and the 'Blue division'. Model E will be responsible for the all-electric vehicles in the future while the Blue division will work on combustion models.

Spain's Cepsa to spend $8 bln by 2030 on green shift

Spanish oil and gas group Cepsa will spend 7-8 billion euros ($7.8-8.9 billion) on shifting its business to low-carbon energy sources by 2030, in line with a fossil fuel industry under pressure to limit its contribution to climate change.

Raven SR to build a waste-to-hydrogen project in Aragón, Spain

Raven SR, a renewable fuels company, announced today its plans to build a waste-to-hydrogen production facility in Aragón, Spain, following the opening of its subsidiary Raven SR Iberia in Zaragoza.

GE and Uniper collaborate on decarbonization roadmap of Grain plant, UK

GE announced that it has commenced its hydrogen plant readiness assessment of Grain power station in Kent, England, which is the newest combined-cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power station in Uniper’s UK portfolio.

HyPoint partners with GTL to achieve significantly longer flight range with 10x greater hydrogen storage capacity

Hydrogen fuel cell pioneer has partnered with hydrogen tank maker Gloyer-Taylor Laboratories to employ its new graphite fiber tanks that offer unprecedented liquid hydrogen storage, nearly 10x more capacity compared with existing fuel tanks.

Germany's E.ON and Australia's FFI sign MoU to explore green hydrogen shipments

Germany's largest energy group E.ON announced signing a memorandum of understanding with the green power arm of Australian miner Fortescue Metals to explore shipping green hydrogen to Europe and help wean itself off Russian gas.

H2 Mobility gets $121 million from investors to build hydrogen network

Germany's H2 Mobility fueling station network has announced it will get an extra 110 million euros ($121 million) over the next five years to roll out more infrastructure for fuel cell vehicles powered by hydrogen.

ENEOS, Toyota and Woven Planet collaborate towards CO2-free hydrogen production for Woven City and beyond

ENEOS Corporation (ENEOS) and Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) have signed a joint agreement to explore CO2-free hydrogen production and usage at Woven City, the prototype city of the future that Toyota has started to develop in Susono City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Together with Toyota's subsidiary Woven Planet Holdings, Inc. (Woven Planet), they will accelerate efforts by managing technical logistics.

Toyota develops new module to store, transport hydrogen

Japanese automaker Toyota Motor has developed a hydrogen storage module that uses its resin high-pressure hydrogen tank technology for fuel cell vehicles.

McDermott's CB&I to build spheres for largest green hydrogen production facility in North America

McDermott's storage business, CB&I, will design and build two 500,000-gallon double-wall liquid hydrogen spheres for Plug Power Inc.'s new green hydrogen production facility in Genesee County, New York. The production facility, leveraging Plug Power's proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzer technology, is expected to produce 45 metric tons of green liquid hydrogen per day—making it the largest green hydrogen facility in North America.

Over 40 partners come together to develop proposal for US northeast hydrogen hub

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) along with an initial total of 40 hydrogen ecosystem partners to develop a proposal to become one of at least four regional clean hydrogen hubs designated through the US federal Clean Hydrogen Hubs program included in the federal 2021 bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Blue world technologies plans series production of methanol fuel cells in 2022

Loan financing from the Danish Green Investment Fund will contribute to Blue World Technologies’ transition from pre-series production to actual series production this year. With large-scale production, the company looks forward to contributing to the global green transition.

Cooper successfully tests integral engine running on hydrogen-natural gas blend

Cooper Machinery Services (Cooper), a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management, has successfully tested a slow-speed integral engine running on a hydrogen (H2)-natural gas fuel blend. The groundbreaking test comes 5 months after the announcement of Cooper’s joint hydrogen research project with a major U.S. gas pipeline company to demonstrate the safe operating range of H2 blends in large-bore internal combustion engines.

Shell to invest up to 25 billion pounds in UK with focus on hydrogen and other clean energy

Shell will invest up to 25 billion pounds ($33 billion)into the energy system in Britain over the next decade, a senior executive at the oil major said, and over 75% of which will be funneled into zero-carbon products and services.

New York-led multi-agency consortium announces agreement with major hydrogen ecosystem partners

New York has signed a multi-state agreement, including with an initial group of 40 hydrogen ecosystem partners, to develop a proposal to become one of at least four regional clean energy hydrogen hubs designated through the federal Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs program included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.