H2 Bulletin covers the latest hydrogen developments across various industrial sectors. Manufacturing industries are transitioning from fossil-based fuel to clean energy where hydrogen is seen as a promising alternative.

Sinopec starts building green hydrogen plant in Xinjiang

Sinopec has kicked off the construction of China’s first 10k tonnes photovoltaic green hydrogen pilot project in China.

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Schneider Electric and BP to collaborate on decarbonisation solutions

Schneider Electric and BP have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to help decarbonise high-emission customers in Australia, the EU,…

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Clean hydrogen is the energy of the next generation: Von der Leyen

Clean hydrogen will have a central place in the climate-neutral economy of the future, European Commission President Ursula said on…

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BP plans HyGreen Teesside project

‎Bp has announced a plan for a new large-scale green hydrogen production facility in Teesside, UK, to deliver 500 MWe…

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Eqtec and Wood join for hydrogen projects

Eqtec plc (a gasification solutions company) today (26th November) announced to have signed a strategic collaboration agreement with Wood (an…

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Turkey’s Tupras unveils plans for hydrogen and SAF

Tupras has announced to increase investment in new energy sources such as Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF), green hydrogen and zero-carbon…

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Nel supplies electrolyser to Ovako; Liquid Wind secures funding

Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser AS has received a purchase order for a 20 MW alkaline water electrolyser from Ovako.

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Plug Power to deliver 100 MW electrolyser to Egypt

A consortium has selected Plug Power Inc for the 100 MW green hydrogen facility to be built at the Egyptian…

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Genvia signs hydrogen agreements in steel and cement sectors

Genvia has signed pilot project agreements with industrial leaders on the pathway to net zero in the cement and steel…

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PowerCell receives order; Desert Mountain hires Generon

PowerCell Sweden AB has secured an order valued at a total of MSEK 7.2 (€720k) from the German company H2FLY.

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