Heat & Power

H2 Bulletin covers hydrogen applications in the heat and power sectors. It is used to produce power and heat, particularly on an industrial scale. The recent developments are taking it to the next level.

Fortescue signs agreement with TasPorts for green hydrogen plant in Tasmania

Fortescue Future Industries Pty Ltd (FFI) has signed an option agreement with Tasmanian Ports Corporation Pty Ltd (TasPorts) to exclusively…

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Denmark nominates six large green hydrogen projects for IPCEI

The Danish Business Authority has nominated six hydrogen projects for Danish participation in a large-scale pan-European project, which is also…

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Siemens Energy to install hydrogen-capable turbines in Nebraska

Siemens Energy will provide two SGT6-5000F turbines to power Omaha Public Power District’s (OPPD) new Turtle Creek Station Peaking Plant…

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Study shows shipping hydrogen from Iceland to Rotterdam realistic before 2030

The Port of Rotterdam and Landsvirkjun, the National Power Company of Iceland, have concluded a pre-feasibility study about exporting green…

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Orsted plans carbon capture to turn hydrogen into green fuel in Denmark

Orsted plans to build a carbon capture facility to provide sustainable CO2 for the Green Fuels for Denmark Power-to-X facility…

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Plug Power to add hydrogen production capacity in Georgia

Plug Power Inc plans to build a green hydrogen production plant in Camden County, Georgia, to serve the southeastern US.…

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Drax, Mitsubishi to build mega carbon capture power project in UK

Drax Group (a British electrical power generation company) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engineering, Ltd. (a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries…

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Air Products to invest $1.3B in hydrogen energy complex in Canada

Air Products and its subsidiary Air Products Canada Ltd., in cooperation with the Government of Canada and the Province of…

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Hydrogen Economy Review: Russian companies sign several hydrogen-related agreements during Spief

This week several agreements regarding hydrogen in the transportation and industrial sectors have been inked. Europe has remained active in…

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Toyota and partners progressing towards hydrogen-powered city project

Toyota Motor Corporation and Fukushima Prefecture have started discussing with partners about building a city for a new future that…

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