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.

RheinEnergie to trial Deutz hydrogen engine to generate power

Deutz Ag (a leading global manufacturer of engines and drive technology) and RheinEnergie Ag (a German energy service provider) are…

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UK government unveils roadmap for hydrogen supply

The UK government has unveiled its plan today (17th August) to achieve its goal of 5 GW of low-carbon hydrogen…

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Bakken Energy plans North Dakota Hydrogen Hub

Bakken Energy, a clean energy infrastructure developer, has agreed with Basin Electric Power Cooperative to purchase the assets of the…

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Poseur funds Fusion’s HEVO-Sul Project in Portugal

Fusion Fuel Green Plc, an Irish innovative green hydrogen solutions provider, has received approval of €4.3 million funding for its…

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Everfuel set to build Europe’s largest electrolyser under HySynergy project

Everfuel A/S has been granted the building permit for the 20 MW HySynergy Phase I electrolyser in Fredericia, Denmark. The…

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Nel to supply electrolyser for a US nuclear power plant

Nel Hydrogen US, a subsidiary of Nel Asa, has received a contract for a 1.25 MW containerised PEM electrolyser for…

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BP study confirms green hydrogen at scale in Australia

Producing green hydrogen and green ammonia using renewable ‎energy is technically feasible at scale in Western Australia, though it would…

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Tallgrass Energy acquires 75% interest in Escalante H2 Power

Tallgrass Energy LP (an energy and infrastructure company) has acquired a 75% membership interest in Escalante H2 Power (EH2 Power)…

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Hydrogen Market Review

In Europe, Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands, announced a partnership with Horisont Energi, Norway, to develop a blue ammonia shipment corridor…

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Japanese companies to explore hydrogen supply chain in Chubu Region

A consortium comprised of Sumitomo Corporation, Chiyoda Corporation, Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan Research Institute, and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation has…

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