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.

Novatek and RWE cooperate on hydrogen

RWE and Novatek have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on the supply of low-carbon and carbon-free fuels.

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HydrogenOne invests in NanoSUN

HydrogenOne Capital Growth Plc has signed definitive agreements for a private equity investment of £9.05 million in NanoSUN Limited.

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BlueScope and Shell sign hydrogen projects in the Illawarra

BlueScope have signed an MoU with Shell to work together to develop renewable hydrogen projects at BlueScope’s Port Kembla Australia.

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Eqtec and Logik Developments solidify agreement

Deeside WTV Limited and Logik Developments Limited have agreed to develop additional waste-to-value infrastructure on the Deeside site, Wales, UK.

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Infinity Lithium & Thyssenkrupp to work on green hydrogen at San José

Infinity and Thyssenkrupp to assess the potential to use green hydrogen to power the lithium chemical conversion process.

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L&T joins ReNew in India; Chart partners with Hylium in Korea

Larsen & Toubro and ReNew Power have partnered to tap the emerging green hydrogen business in India.

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Iberdrola, H2 Green Steel announce €2.3B hydrogen project

H2 Green Steel (H2GS) and Iberdrola will build a 1 GW plant to produce Green Hydrogen to feed a 2-million-tonnes…

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Raven acquires BFM; Worthington Industries buys Tempel Steel

Raven SR Inc has acquired Benicia Fabrication & Machine Inc. (BFM).

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AccionaPlug to serve green hydrogen market in Spain and Portugal

Plug Power Inc. and Acciona Energía have finalised the formation of their previously announced 50-50 joint-venture.

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McPhy to work with Enel on Carlentini; Infinity receive funds

McPhy has signed an MoU with Enel Green Power (an Italian energy company) to supply a 4 MW for the…

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