H2 Bulletin covers hydrogen and fuel cell technology in details with applications across various sectors. Fuel cell technology plays a vital part in the hydrogen energy market, particularly mobility, so some news on the fuel industry may also be found in other news categories.

KBR explores hydrogen in Trinidad & Tobago; Insplorion tests its hydrogen sensor

KBR to study to establish a green hydrogen market in Trinidad and Tobago as part of ongoing technical cooperation financed…

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Cummins and Sinopec to jointly produce electrolysers in China

Cummins Sinopec Group formed a 50:50 joint venture Cummins Enze Hydrogen Technology Co., Ltd, in Foshan, Guangdong, China.

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Fortescue builds its own electrolyser

Fortescue has developed an electrolyser in their Western Australia facility capable of producing industrial-grade hydrogen.

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Hydrogenious LOHC launches JV in Abu Dhabi

UAE's ESCO and Hydrogenious have recently formed a strong joint venture to realise viable hydrogen infrastructure out of the Middle…

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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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Horisont, Helen cooperate on hydrogen; Hydrogen Optimized tests technology

Horisont Energi and Helen Ltd have agreed to cooperate in the areas of hydrogen economy & carbon storage.

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PyroGenesis launches ZCE hydrogen technology; HPQ tests EBH2 technology

PyroGenesis Canada has launched a new zero-carbon emissionhydrogen production technology which is expected to compete with other conventional technologies.

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Kawasaki progresses with hydrogen technologies

Kawasaki has completed gas turbine DLE in the combustor technology where hydrogen volume reaches 40% by co-firing with natural gas.

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HydrogenOne invests in NanoSUN

HydrogenOne Capital Growth Plc has signed definitive agreements for a private equity investment of £9.05 million in NanoSUN Limited.

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McPhy to work with Enel on Carlentini; Infinity receive funds

McPhy has signed an MoU with Enel Green Power (an Italian energy company) to supply a 4 MW for the…

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