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Babcock & Wilcox BrightGen H2 combustion technology provides zero-carbon energy generation

Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) is providing its BrightGen technology to end-users seeking a powerful hydrogen combustion solution for utility and industrial applications where efficient, zero-CO2 emissions energy generation is a goal. B&W's BrightGen hydrogen combustion solution is currently in operation at multiple refineries and industrial facilities around the world.

Sundyne’s PPI compressors increasingly deployed for hydrogen applications

Sundyne highlighted the areas where its PPI diaphragm compressors are being used for hydrogen applications around the globe.  Sundyne also underscored the reasons why customers are choosing PPI compressors for hydrogen applications.

HYPORT Duqm, Uniper to explore green ammonia offtake in Oman

Oman’s green hydrogen project HYPORT Duqm has signed a cooperation agreement with Uniper. Under the cooperation, Uniper will be joining the project team to provide engineering services and negotiate an exclusive offtake agreement of green ammonia.

Saipem launches technological solution for green H2 offshore production

Saipem launches SUISO, a technological solution for the production of green hydrogen.

Air Liquide becomes main partner of Energy Observer

Air Liquide steps up its support to Energy Observer by becoming main partner for the next four years. Energy Observer – the first hydrogen vessel around the world – and Air Liquide – a pioneer in the international development of the hydrogen sector – have been working together since the launch of this laboratory ship which aims to demonstrate the key role of hydrogen in the energy transition.

Repsol, Talgo to jointly develop renewable H2-powered train in Iberian Peninsula

Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula.

Cerulean Winds, px Group to support onshore green H2 plants

Cerulean Winds signed an agreement with px Group, as it moves to progress its plans for an integrated 200-turbine floating wind and hydrogen development in the North Sea.

Shell proposes large-scale CCS facility in Alberta

Shell revealed a proposal to build a large-scale CCS project at its Scotford Complex near Edmonton. This would be a key step in transforming Scotford into one of five energy and chemicals parks for Shell around the world, providing customers with lower-carbon fuels and products into the future, such as hydrogen.

ReCarbon, H2Renewables to develop gas-to-H2 projects in the U.S.

ReCarbon Inc. executed a supply agreement with Cleveland, Tennessee-based landfill gas to hydrogen project developer, H2Renewables, LLC.

Fusion Fuel Green unveils green H2, ammonia project in Morocco

The HEVO Ammonia Morocco project was unveiled at an event recently in Rabat, Morocco. The project is Morocco’s largest announced green hydrogen and green ammonia project to date.

University of Amsterdam chemists develop electrolyzer for H2 production

In a recent Nature Communications paper, a group of researchers led by Dr. Ning Yan of the Van ‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences at the University of Amsterdam presented a new type of membrane-free electrolyzer that can split water into hydrogen and oxygen at high current density using only earth-abundant catalysts.

Linde starts up new liquid H2 plant in Texas

The new plant in La Porte, Texas, will supply over 30 t/d of high-purity liquid hydrogen to meet growing demand from Linde's customers.

DNV to study safety implications of offshore green H2 production facility

DNV will lead the process safety study to identify the main environmental, safety and operational risks for the world's first offshore hydrogen production facilities.

NTPC REL to launch India's first green H2 mobility project

NTPC REL signed an MOU with Union Territory of Ladakh, to setup country’s first green hydrogen mobility project in the region.

SSE Thermal, Equinor plan to develop large-scale H2 storage facility at Aldbrough

SSE Thermal and Equinor are developing plans for one of the world’s largest hydrogen storage facilities at their existing Aldbrough site on the East Yorkshire coast. The facility could be storing low-carbon hydrogen as early as 2028.

Wärtsilä launches test program for carbon-free solutions with H2 and ammonia

The company is exploring the adoption of hydrogen and ammonia as viable engine fuels through advanced testing in Wärtsilä’s fuel-flexible combustion engines.