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Green hydrogen firm Ohmium gets $45 million financing to quadruple manufacturing capacity by end of 2022

Electrolyzer company, Ohmium announced the closing of a $45 million Series B Financing led by existing investor Fenice Investment Group and with participation from current major investors and its new investor, Energy Transition Ventures.

Nel Hydrogen receives purchase order from Biproraf for hydrogen fueling equipment in Poland

Nel Hydrogen Fueling, a subsidiary of Nel ASA has received a purchase order from Biproraf, belonging to Grupa Technologiczna ASE, for one H2Station™ hydrogen fueling station. The unit will be used to fuel both light- and heavy-duty vehicles (FCEV) and forklifts in Poland.

H2X and KTM Technologies to create lightweight chassis for H2 fuel cell vehicles

Australian Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle manufacturer H2X has entered into a partnership with KTM Technologies to create a revolutionary, innovative, lightweight and inexpensive vehicle chassis.

Airbus, Kawasaki Heavy Industries partner to study use of hydrogen in Japan

Airbus and Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Kawasaki) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together on the preparation of the hydrogen fueled ecosystem.  The scope will include different aspects of the hydrogen supply chain, from the production of hydrogen to its delivery to airports and transfer on-board aircraft.

Total Eren selects Wood to advance its green hydrogen project in Chile

Total Eren’s has selected consulting and engineering firm Wood to provide conceptual engineering for its H2 Magallanes Project, a large-scale green hydrogen production facility, to be in the commune of San Gregorio, in the Magallanes region, Southern Chile.

Ballard granted industry-first type approval by DNV for the FCwaveTM marine fuel cell module

Ballard Power Systems announced it has received Europe’s industry first Type Approval by DNV, one of the world's leading classification and certification bodies, for its marine fuel cell module FCwaveTM.

P2X Solutions explores carbon-neutral propulsion options for maritime transport with Baltic Sea project financing

P2X Solutions, a pioneer in green hydrogen and P2X technology, has received a EUR 75,000 funding from the Bank of Åland’s Baltic Sea Project for the SH2ORE study to support significant emission reductions in maritime transport in the Baltic Sea. The study covers carbon-neutral propulsion options for maritime transport, their domestic production and business potential, as well as safety.

Loop Energy selected as Tevva’s fuel cell supplier, growing European customer base

Loop Energy™, a developer and manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cell solutions, has won the tender process to supply Tevva Motors Ltd. (Tevva), a British electric and hydrogen truck pioneer, with its T505 (50 kW) Series fuel cell system for Tevva’s 7.5 metric t (tonne) electric truck platform. The partnership grows Loop Energy’s European customer base and provides the opportunity for its fuel cells to power numerous vehicles in the coming years.

ExxonMobil begins studies for carbon storage hub in southeast Australia; plans for hydrogen production plant in U.S.

ExxonMobil Corp. has begun design studies for its carbon capture storage (CCS) hub in southeast Australia, similar to its project in Houston, Texas, to reduce emissions from industries in the Gippsland Basin.

Wood to engineer Total Eren’s large-scale green hydrogen project

Wood will provide conceptual engineering for Total Eren’s H2 Magallanes project to be located in the commune of San Gregorio, in the Magallanes region, Southern Chile.

Lhyfe raises 10 MM euros from Japanese conglomerate Mitsui & Co.

Mitsui has decided to invest in Lhyfe as a strategic investor, believing strongly in the company and in its ability to deploy its solutions widely.

Green Hydrogen Systems receives a new order from Logan Energy for a project in Scotland

Green Hydrogen Systems has signed a supply agreement with Edinburgh-based Logan Energy to deliver electrolysis equipment for a project in Scotland.

Allison Transmission selected for UK’s first hydrogen fuel cell electric-powered refuse collection vehicle

Allison Transmission announced that it has been selected to provide the propulsion system for the UK’s first hydrogen fuel cell refuse collection vehicle (RCV). Aberdeen City Council has chosen to pair a 250 kW Hyzon electric motor with an Allison 3000 Series™ transmission in conjunction with a 45 kW fuel cell.

H-TEC SYSTEMS and Groupe E advance hydrogen production with hydropower in Switzerland

Swiss energy company Groupe E buys two ME450/1400 PEM electrolyzers from H-TEC SYSTEMS for the first hydrogen production plant in western Switzerland

Japan's Osaka Gas backs $11 bln hydrogen project in Australia

Osaka Gas Co Ltd has agreed to jointly develop a $10.75 billion green hydrogen project in the Australian outback, the project's developer, Aqua Aerem, said without disclosing how much the Japanese utility would contribute.

Shell, Uniper partner on UK low-carbon hydrogen facility

German utility Uniper and Shell will team up to jointly produce low-carbon hydrogen at a Uniper power station in Britain in a bid to boost use of the fuel and cut greenhouse gas emissions.