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.

Eustream joins H2EU+Store

Eustream, the Slovak gas transmission system operator, has joined the international partnership H2EU+Store for the production and supply of green…

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Construction begins on the Haru Oni project

The construction work has formally been kicked off on the Haru Oni project at an online ceremony today (10th September),…

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Chevron joins Magnum & Mitsubishi in Aces’s hydrogen project

Chevron New Energies, a division of Chevron USA Inc, announced to buy an equity interest in Aces Delta, LLC.

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Tasmania eyes a leading role in the hydrogen industry by 2030

Tasmania aims to be a leading producer of renewable hydrogen by 2030, employing the Liberal Government’s Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan…

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Irena and Hydrogen Council to collaborate to promote hydrogen

Irena and the Hydrogen Council announced a partnership under which both will jointly promote green hydrogen application across the energy…

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Chevron, Caterpillar to explore hydrogen opportunity

Chevron USA Inc, a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation, and Caterpillar Inc. will work on hydrogen projects in the transportation and…

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Chart, ISQ increase investment in Htec

Chart Industries, Inc and I Squared Capital (ISQ) completed an expanded investment of a CA$ 217 million in Htec Hydrogen…

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Western Australia announces $61 million to support hydrogen industry

Western Australian government will invest an additional A$ 61.5 million to support the region’s growing renewable hydrogen industry and move…

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APA receives funds to test hydrogen gas pipeline in Australia

APA Group today (8th September) announced receiving AU$ 300K (US$ 221K) from the Western Australia government to test gas pipeline…

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South Korea leading companies launch Hydrogen Council

South Korea’s 15 leading companies have established a hydrogen business council today (8th September), aiming to invest heavily in hydrogen…

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