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 and Greenstat receive Enova grant for Hydrogen Hub Agder

Everfuel A/S and Greenstat ASA are pleased to announce the award a grant of NOK 148 million from Enova to…

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Portugal selects hydrogen projects for awards

Portugal selected three projects though the Agenda Coordination Commission to advance to the final negotiation of financing awards.

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Mainspring tests Hydrogen and Ammonia powered generator

Mainspring Energy announced that its Mainspring Linear Generator passed key tests directly running 100% hydrogen and 100% ammonia fuels at…

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Certarus supplies hydrogen to Georgia power’s Plant McDonough-Atkinson

Certarus Ltd has safely delivered hydrogen for the world’s largest hydrogen-powered generation test.

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Neste to develop Power-to-Liquids plant at VTT Bioruukki Pilot Centre

VTT and Neste have agreed to build a technology demonstration facility at VTT Bioruukki Pilot Centre, Espoo.

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Finland accelerates hydrogen economy

The Ministerial Committee on Economic Policy supported expanding the group-level mandate of the wholly state-owned Gasgrid Finland Oy to include…

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Equinor seeks funding for hydrogen project

Equinor has submitted a co-funded bid worth over £16 million to the Government for a second major low-carbon hydrogen production…

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Charbone Hydrogen and Port Hawkesbury Paper to build a hydrogen plant

Charbone Hydrogen Corporation and Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP) to develop Charbone’s first small-scale green hydrogen production facility in the Port…

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Everfuel and Crossbridge Energy receive grant for HySynergy study

Everfuel A/S and Crossbridge Energy A/S are pleased to announce that they in collaboration with Aalborg University have received public…

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Veidekke to build production plant for biogas in Lillestrom

Veidekke’s subsidiary Seby AS has signed a contract with Nedre Romerike Avløpsselskap IKS (NRA) to build a biogas plant at…

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