GREEN HYDROGEN FOR INDUSTRY AND AGRICULTURE

Sweden: green hydrogen storage in cavern

The 100-cubic-meter facility – 30 meters below ground – will begin storing green hydrogen next year

Yara is pursuing Europe’s first large-scale green ammonia project in Norway

Opportunities within shipping, agriculture, and industrial applications

German steel giant wants to set up 500 MW green hydrogen plant

Thyssenkrupp is expected to be powered by a mix of wind and solar power

New Swedish firm “H2 Green Steel” will make renewable steel by 2024

Powered by what they call ‘the world’s largest green hydrogen plant’

Cement giants turn to green hydrogen + carbon capture

The effect of cement production amounted to roughly 8% of global CO2 emissions

Hanson UK to use electrolysers for cement production

H2 to replace natural gas used to power the plant

Spain’s hydrogen strategy

Replacing a quarter of the 500,000 tonnes of grey H2 yearly consumed by industry with the renewably-sourced version

Gas turbines in the US are being prepped for a hydrogen-fuelled future

A 485 MW cycle power plant will run on green hydrogen.

River Danube vital for green hydrogen produced in south-eastern Europe

Transported by push tugs to users in Austria and Germanyvia

Shell to license technology for affordable blue hydrogen

Shell says it can produce blue hydrogen at 22% lower cost than market everage

Europe vies with China for clean hydrogen superpower status

“Competition will be crucial to kickstart a global hydrogen economy”

Make all new boilers hydrogen-ready by 2025″

Gas boiler manufacturers and grid operators asked UK prime minister Johnson

Shell issues map with planned electrolyser projects

According to Shell both green and blue hydrogen can play a role in the decade ahead

Dutch roadmap for electrification and green hydrogen in industry

Presented by TKI Energy & Industry Director Rob Kreiter

Powering a low-carbon future

The European Commission is looking to scale up renewable hydrogen projects across polluting sectors from chemicals to steel in an effort to meet it’s net-zero emissions goal by 2050. EU countries can produce green hydrogen to boost domestic industries and even for export.

The priority is to develop green hydrogen from wind and solar power, by using big electrolysers and deploy it in sectors hard to decarbonise or where electrification is difficult. Europe needs to develop a green hydrogen industry jointly.

In the attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions several large industry decarbonization projects have emerged in Europe. “Hydrogen has potential to become the fuel that powers a clean economy,” said Kobad Bhavnagri, head of industrial decarbonization for BNEF recently.

By seizing the green hydrogen opportunity, EU countries can lay the foundation for a grand decarbonization project, which makes this continent less depending on imports from undemocratic regions.

VIDEOS:

Two Dutch farms want to supply energy with green hydrogen.

Recent years and months show a major shift towards the development of a hydrogen economy on all continents. In fact there’s so much going on in the sphere of policy making, industrial planning and knowledge exchange that the public needs an overview. What are the most important H2 related developments for industry, transport, mobility and the built environment? By producing regular newscasts we aim to offer such an overview for Europe.

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