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£2bn in hydrogen production invested in by INEOS

£2bn in hydrogen production invested in by INEOS: INEOS, the world’s largest chemical company, has announced intentions to invest €2 billion (£1.6 billion) in electrolysis projects. According to the business, the first green hydrogen plants will be developed in Norway, Germany, and Belgium, with more to follow in the United Kingdom and France. The projects…
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EVs are predicted to raise electricity demand by 71.6TWh

EVs are predicted to raise electricity demand by 71.6TWh: The latest figures from Cornwall Insight’s ‘Benchmark power curve’ forecasts that by 2040 EVs will contribute an additional 71.6TWh, this is a massive 31 times higher than the current level of demand for electricity from electrified transport and 25% of current annual demand which stands at…
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IRENA & Hydrogen Council to improve green hydrogen

IRENA & Hydrogen Council to improve green hydrogen: The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) along with the Hydrogen Council, a global CEO coalition, has united to collectively progress green hydrogen throughout the energy system as well as be instrumental in net zero goals worldwide. The Partnership Agreement indicates a new milestone in the history of…
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Industry reacts to the government’s Hydrogen Strategy

Industry reacts to the government’s Hydrogen Strategy: The government has announced its Hydrogen Strategy to support its goal of 5GW of renewable hydrogen production capacity by 2030. This is how industry reacted. A clear ambition for green hydrogen is necessary RenewableUK’s Chief Executive Officer Dan McGrail commented: “While we welcome positive steps like the new…
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Johnson Matthey purchases Oxis Energy battery assets

Johnson Matthey purchases Oxis Energy battery assets: Sustainable tech firm Johnson Matthey has bought the assets & intellectual property of UK-located battery materials developer Oxis Energy, which went bust previously this year. Oxis Energy, which is located close to Oxford, was a lithium-sulphur battery builder including assets that can be adjusted for the production of…
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Strongest tidal turbine begins to export green electricity

Strongest tidal turbine begins to export green electricity: A tidal turbine believed to be the worlds most powerful of its kind has been linked to the grid & begun producing electricity at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) located in Scotland. Orbital Marine Power’s 74-metre ‘O2’ turbine is secured in the Fall of Warness where…
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SSE Renewables & Siemens Gamesa form green alliance

SSE Renewables & Siemens Gamesa form green alliance: SSE Renewables joined with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy in order to investigate options for the manufacturing of green hydrogen from 2 onshore wind farms located in Scotland & Ireland. Both have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly discover hydrogen production facilities located at 2 selected wind…
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Aberdeen’s Energy Transition Zone recieves £26m support

Aberdeen’s Energy Transition Zone recieves £26m support: The Scottish Government is supplying over £26 million to an important initiative in Aberdeen, Scotland, to help expedite the energy sector conversion to net zero emissions. The Energy Transition Zone, that will be situated close to Aberdeen’s new £350 million south harbour development, is anticipated to back 2,500…
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H2-Greenforce obtains £9m investment for green H2 tech

H2-Greenforce obtains £9m investment for green H2 tech: H2-Greenforce secured an investment of $12 million (£9m) for the advancement of its green hydrogen production, distribution & storage technology. The company mixes its own proprietary green hydrogen technology & skills, as well as advanced industrial components to create self-sustainable electric infrastructure. Green Island, H2-Greenforce’s fixed production…
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More backing needed for green hydrogen industry

More government backing is needed for the green hydrogen industry to reach demand goals. The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) has found in a new report, which finds with massive investment shortfalls and government inaction stalling start-ups, the pace is not fast enough to meet global energy demand. 50 new hydrogen projects…
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