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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.

The world first 30% hydrogen/methane blend in a steel plant trialled in Italy

A trial of 30% hydrogen/natural gas blend has been successfully carried out to heat the furnaces in the forging processes…

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South Korean army buys hydrogen-powered drones from Doosan

The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), South Korea‚Äôs arms procurement agency, on Monday (17th May), stated that it has agreed…

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Consortium to study liquefied hydrogen supply chain in Singapore

In Singapore, five companies have joined hands to jointly study developing a supply infrastructure to import liquefied hydrogen (LH2) to…

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Plug Power shows strong financials; benefiting from multitrillion hydrogen economy

Plug Power Inc., a leading supplier of hydrogen solutions, expects a 60% year-on-year rise in Q1:2021 for its gross billing,…

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Brazil to test production of green hydrocarbons from CO2 & hydrogen

Repsol Sinopec Brasil (RSB) has partnered with other organisations to test the potential of producing hydrocarbons from captured CO2 and…

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Repsol aims 400MW renewable hydrogen by 2025

Repsol plans to increase renewable generation to 7.5 GW in 2025 and double this figure to 15 GW in 2030.…

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Aker, Sintef partner for CCS; explores hydrogen hub in Aukra, Norway

Aker Carbon Capture (a dedicated carbon capture technology solution company) and Sintef (Norway independent research company) have strengthened their partnership…

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Nel to supply 2MW electrolyser to H2 Energy; collaborates with First Solar

Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser, a part of Nel ASA will supply a 2 MW PEM electrolyser, a fully containerised MC400 electrolyser…

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LG Chem, KIST collaborate on hydrogen and CCU

The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) and LG Chem will develop and commercialise technologies such as carbon capture…

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Paul Wurth, Saarstahl and Dillinger strengthen cooperation on H2Syngas

Paul Wurth (a part of SMS Group) has joined the H2Syngas project, a joint project of Saarstahl and Dillinger, to…

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