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.

Everfuel to supply heat from HySynergy facility to TVIS

Everfuel signed a heat offtake agreement with TVIS to supply surplus heat from green hydrogen production at the HySynergy electrolysers.

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Mote to build wood waste to hydrogen plant

Mote is establishing wood waste into hydrogen fuel facility while capturing, utilising, and sequestering CO2 emissions resulting from its process.

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National Grid, Town of Hempstead to develop hydrogen blend projects

National Grid and the Town of Hempstead announced a joint project to build one of the first and largest clean…

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Engie & Equinor launch the H2BE project

Engie and Equinor have announced the H2BE project aiming to develop low-carbon hydrogen production from natural gas in Belgium.

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SoCalGas and Bloom Energy to work on gas blending project

SoCalGas and Bloom Energy will showcase the future of the hydrogen economy and the technologies needed to help California reach…

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E2P2 receives funding from Clean Hydrogen Partnership

The Clean Hydrogen Partnership will provide € 2.5 million to E2P2 project to develop low-carbon fuel cells to power data…

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Desert Bloom Hydrogen project makes progress

Aqua Aerem (a technology company) has announced that its Desert Bloom Hydrogen project has been granted major project status by…

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Southwest Gas to run hydrogen blending pilot projects

Southwest Gas Corporation, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and Arizona State University in Tempe (ASU) will study how…

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Woodside expands hydrogen business to the US

Australia’s Woodside is expanding its portfolio of hydrogen production opportunities to the US through H2OK project.

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BayoTech and New Mexico Gas Company to build hydrogen hub

BayoTech, Inc. and New Mexico Gas Company to develop a new highly-efficient hydrogen production facility in Albuquerque, US.

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