Hyundai outperforms sales of hydrogen fuel cars

Korean Hyundai surpassed its Japanese counterpart, Toyota, in sales of hydrogen fuel cell cars, during the first 10 months of this year (2022). The Korean company ranked first in terms of market share for cars that run on hydrogen fuel…

Hamburg will become the site of Germany’s first green ammonia import terminal

The port city of Hamburg in northern Germany is going to be the site of the construction of Germany’s first terminal for the import of green hydrogen and its derivatives. The terminal is expected to begin operations in 2026, according…

Germany is committing an additional €550 million to green hydrogen collaboration

The government of Germany is establishing two new funds with a total of 550 million euros to support the development of the global hydrogen economy through cooperation, particularly with emerging and developing countries. These funds will be set up by…

500 million euros will be invested in hydrogen and green energy projects by Bavaria

Bavaria, a state in southern Germany, will invest 500 million euros in projects to produce hydrogen and use renewable energy, according to the state’s economy minister, Hubert Aiwanger (Free Voters). The funding has been designated by the council of ministers…

Renewable energy will be the economic foundation of an independent Scotland
According to Energy Secretary Michael Matheson, being an independent nation would offer Scotland the authority and negotiating leverage it needs to reshape the energy industry and contribute to the delivery of a more robust, cost-effective supply. During European Hydrogen Week,…
The Five Biggest New Energy Trends In 2022
In today's world, practically everyone is on board with the idea that humans need to make the transition away from the usage of fossil fuels in order to limit the harm that we are causing to our planet and the…
How does hydrogen, the fuel of the future, function exactly?
Almost infinite amounts of hydrogen may be discovered as a naturally occurring chemical element. Unlike air, it does not produce CO2 emissions when burned, is neither corrosive or radioactive, and is 14 times lighter than air. Hydrogen-rich materials such as…
Strohm and Siemens Gamesa will collaborate to create eco-friendly hydrogen transfer systems
Strohm, a fully affiliated thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) manufacturer, has signed an agreement with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. The collaboration will focus on the creation of hydrogen transfer technologies that advance the idea of decentralized green hydrogen, where green hydrogen…
In 2030, the UK’s hydrogen demand is expected to reach 10 TWh
According to a new analysis from Cornwall, the UK sector might have a low carbon hydrogen demand of 10 TWh in 2030, rising to up to 37 TWh by 2050. The insight paper looks at businesses that use hydrogen now…
Climate neutrality by 2045 is possible, but it will be a “enormous job” for Germany, according to Dena

Germany can achieve climate neutrality by 2045, but huge tasks such as massive renewable energy development and industry reform must be started as soon as feasible by the country’s next administration, according to the German Energy Agency (dena). According to…