Finish companies partner to develop an industrial H2 valley
Neste Corporation, Gasgrid Finland, Helen and Vantaa Energy have in collaboration started preliminary studies on the development of an industrial H2 valley in the Uusimaa region, Finland. This joint effort is a step forward in driving Finland towards a leading H2 economy in Europe.
Norwegian Hydrogen developing large-scale green H2 production plant at Ørskog
Norwegian Hydrogen has been working on the development of a large-scale production plant for green H2 at Ørskog in Ålesund municipality for a long time. The company announces plans for what will become one of the largest production facilities for green H2 in the Nordic region.
Regional policies and strategies driving the transition to a H2 economy
Some countries have begun working on frameworks to rival that of the IRA, while others struggle to make concrete plans. A common trend among various countries is the integration of H2 into their energy mixes. The energy transition is underway, but what specifics are nations planning to achieve in the coming years?
The technical and socio-economic possibilities of massive H2 storage
The technical and socio-economic possibilities of massive hydrogen (H2) storage in porous media were explored at the hystories conference in Paris, France. The HYSTORIES (HYdrogen STORage In European Subsurface) project is funded by the European Union and led by Geostock. The conference displayed the results of 2 1/2 yr of research within the project.
INNIO to power Serbia’s first H2-fueled combined heat and power plant
INNIO announced that PAN-LEDI has selected a Jenbacher J420 engine for a 1-MWe combined heat and power project in Nova Pazova, Serbia. The Jenbacher CHP plant will be fueled with H2 produced by an electrolyzer which is powered by a solar photovoltaic plant near Cuprija.
H2Tech: Global Projects Data
Total active H2 projects have increased by nearly 100 month-over-month (March–April), according to Gulf Energy Information’s Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) database. With nearly 50% market share, Western Europe continues to account for most H2 projects under development, followed by the Asia-Pacific region (22%) and the U.S. (13%).