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.

H2Zero initiative sees commitments from 28 companies

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Markets Initiative has announced at COP26 the pledges of 28…

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ITM acquires land from University of Sheffield for second UK giga factory

ITM Power has agreed to acquire a site for its second UK factory in Tinsley, Sheffield, from the University of…

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Hydro and Shell join forces to explore renewable hydrogen projects

Hydro Havrand and Shell New Energies today (9th November) announced to have agreed to explore the potential for joint projects…

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Snam and Shell to develop hydrogen projects

Snam and Shell Energy Italia have signed an MoU to work together on energy transition issues both at the domestic…

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Hyundai Oilbank and Haldor Topsoe to develop hydrogen solutions

Hyundai Oilbank and Haldor Topsoe have signed an MoU to jointly identify blue and green hydrogen opportunities, waste plastic recycling,…

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Hydrofuel Canada acquires Kontak

Hydrofuel Canada Inc. has agreed to acquire US-based Kontak Hydrogen Storage, LLC in an all-stock transaction.

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The Port of Newcastle Hydrogen Hub to support Hunter Economy

Australia’s Port of Newcastle is partnering with Macquarie and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to support the development of…

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Atome Energy signs MoU; Aker Horizons raises funds; Proton Motor receives order

Atome Energy PLC has signed an MoU with ANDE, the national electric power company of Paraguay, to supply up to…

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Namibia selects Hyphen for $9B green hydrogen project

Hyphen Hydrogen Energy is declared a preferred bidder by the Namibian government to develop the country’s first large-scale vertically integrated…

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Bladon partners with Loughborough University; Honeywell sees breakthrough in SMR

Honeywell and ZoneFlow Reactor Technologies have agreed to commercialise ZoneFlow Reactor Technology.

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