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.

Hydrogen to be used to decarbonise steel: Japan Steel Federation

The Japan Iron and Steel Federation (Jisf) said that it supports and contributes to Japan’s ambitious policy of 2050 carbon…

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ArcelorMittal Spanish steel plant starts grey hydrogen injections

The injection of coke-oven gas, with high hydrogen content, is an effective and cost-efficient method helping steelmakers to reduce emissions.…

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Air Liquide to modernise Kazak hydrogen plant

Munay Tech Gases (ALMTG), a partially owned subsidiary of Air Liquide, will acquire hydrogen and nitrogen production units from Atyrau…

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Korea’s SK to build the world’s largest liquefied hydrogen plant

South Korea’s SK Group aims to become the leading hydrogen company in the world. It has now unveiled more information…

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Brazil’s Ceará hydrogen project reveals more information

Enegix Energy Pte Ltd (an Australian start-up company), which signed a memorandum of understanding with the State Government of Ceará…

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Shell to increase electrolyser capacity with SAF production at Wesseling

Shell is aiming to ramp up its under construction 10 MW PEM electrolysis plant capacity to 100 MW, at the…

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Itochu to develop local supply-demand business in Japan’ Kyushu

Itochu Corporation today (24th February), a Japanese trading company, said that it would start developing a local hydrogen production for…

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H2GS plans 5MT hydrogen-based steel plant in Sweden

H2 Green Steel (H2GS), a Swedish consortium that includes SMS Group and Scania, plans to build a 5 million tonnes/year…

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EU proposes €1B Clean Hydrogen Partnership for the region

The European Commission today (23 February) proposed setting up a new partnership to speed up the development and deployment of…

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Engie scouts for GW match hydrogen plant

Engie, which is a French multinational electric utility company, last week agreed with Equinor, a Norwegian energy company, to conduct…

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