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.

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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Steelmakers consider GW electrolyser for hydrogen-based DRI plant in France

Liberty Steel (a UK HQ steelmaker), Paul Wurth (a steel technology company and a part of Luxemburg based SMS Group)…

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Danieli, Leonardo and Saipem partner for green steel using hydrogen

Three Italian companies agreed to use their expertise to produce green steel to help reduce CO2 emission. Danieli (a supplier…

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Ramaphosa announces Platinum Valley and supports hydrogen technology

South African President Mr Cyril Ramaphosa announced establishing a Platinum Valley and bringing various hydrogen applications to develop an integrated…

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Brazil announces US$ 5.4B green hydrogen hub for global supply

In partnership with the Federation of Industries of Ceará (FIEC) and the Federal University of Ceará (UFC), the Government of…

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OMV & Kommunalkredit venture can supply hydrogen for mobility

Austria’s OMV (oil, gas and chemicals company) and Kommunalkredit Austria AG (infrastructure and energy financing company) early this week announced…

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Indian Oil and Norway’s Greenstat plans Centre of Excellence for Hydrogen in India

Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. and Greenstat Hydrogen India Pvt. Ltd. have signed a Memorandum of Intent today (18th February) for…

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Engie and Equinor to partner for blue hydrogen

Engie (French multinational electric utility company) and Equinor (a Norwegian state-owned multinational energy company ) agreed to join forces for…

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Yara to convert Porsgrunn to green ammonia with Statkraft and Aker

Yara International has agreed with Statkraft and Aker Horizons, to convert Yara’s ammonia plant in Porsgrunn to the green ammonia.…

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