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.

Total and Engie to build largest green hydrogen plant in France

Total, the French multinational oil and gas giant, and Engie, a French origin international electric utility firm, agreed to build…

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Baowu Steel uses hydrogen against emission

Chinese steel producers have been under severe pressure to reduce carbon emission given steel industry is one of the significant…

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SK Group to invest $1.5 billion in Plug Power to develop hydrogen business

SK Group, a major South Korean conglomerate will invest $1.5 billion in Plug Power, a US fuel cell maker, for…

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Chile Corfo receives interests for US$ 12 billion green hydrogen projects

Corfo, the Chilean government organisation for promoting economic growth, has received 18 expressions of interest (EoI) to develop green hydrogen…

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Monolith sign up for 2 million MWh renewable energy

Monolith Materials Inc has signed a letter of intent with Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) to secure two million MWh…

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Kazakhstan starts working on hydrogen roadmap

Kazakhstan has started formulating a concept of low carbon development policy which will be completed in June 2021. The policy…

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China claims the first-ever ‘green hydrogen’ standards

China has released standards and evaluation for various types of hydrogen, proposed by China Hydrogen Energy Alliance. China has now…

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Pumps supplier Concentric acquires Allied Enterprises

A Swedish based machinery producer, Concentric AB, has acquired Allied Enterprises LLC, a US supplier of transmission products in a…

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Brazil’s Ceara can be a hub for green hydrogen: officials

Ceará, a state in northeastern Brazil, is considered an ideal region for producing green hydrogen given its abundant renewable energy…

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Xebec Adsorption expands hydrogen business to Europe and the Middle East

Xebec Adsorption Inc, a Canadian renewable energy solution provider, has agreed to acquire Inmatec, a German manufacturer of onsite nitrogen…

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