Green Hydrogen Dominoes Are Stacking Up
To make green hydrogen operate, multiple dominoes must fall into place. The first is low-cost energy, and the second is low-cost electrolyzers. Australia has an abundance of sunlight, which may be used to generate electricity. Now, Fortescue Future Industries (FFI)…
Iberdrola will collaborate on the development of a 1GW green hydrogen plant
Iberdrola and the Swedish firm H2 Green Steel (H2GS) have joined forces to create a 1GW green hydrogen power plant. The project will manufacture and feed green hydrogen to a two million tonne direct reduction tower, allowing Green Steel production…
Green Hydrogen is currently cheaper to manufacture than grey H2 across Europe
Due to the recent increase in European natural Gas costs, green hydrogen created from renewable energy is now less expensive to manufacture than extremely polluting grey H2 derived from unabated methane. According to figures by London-based analyst ICIS, the cost…
Shell and RWE join forces to boost the production of green hydrogen
The firms have already collaborated on projects in the Netherlands and Germany, and will now attempt to create green hydrogen production projects in the Northeast of England. The projects will be built in Teesside or Humberside, and will generate hydrogen…
The UAE and Germany have signed a new declaration
The United Arab Emirates and Germany have struck an agreement to create a cooperative task force to promote green hydrogen generation and assist initiatives in the region. According to the German Ministry of Energy, the task force will focus on…
The South African green hydrogen investigation is gaining momentum

Sasol has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to investigate the possibility of using Boegoebaai as an export hub. An agreement between the Northern Cape Development Agency (NCEDA) and the South African energy company Sasol has been signed. Sasol will lead…

By 2024, the German government will invest 350 million euros in green hydrogen projects across the world

According to a news release from Germany’s economics ministry, the country will fund green hydrogen projects in foreign countries with up to 350 million euros by 2024 and has released a regulation with the necessary requirements. The financing directive promotes…