The EU Commission has launched its first European Hydrogen Bank auction with €800 million (£695m) in subsidies available for renewable hydrogen production.
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No more public money should go into hydrogen for domestic heating because electrification is the only viable means of decarbonising heating and hot water in UK homes, writes Jenny Curtis, managing director of Vattenfall Heat UK.
Green hydrogen start-up Electrogenos has unveiled new efficiency figures and a 25% cost reduction for its electrolyser technology as it seeks investors to continue its ambitious growth plans.
The UK’s natural gas network will be ready to blend some hydrogen into the grid by the end of next year, according to its operator, which is preparing for the technology despite renewed debates about its viability.
In a report on the UK's net zero needs, the National Infrastructure Commission says there is "no public policy case" for hydrogen to be used to heat individual homes or other buildings.
Hydrogen projects involving Amazon.com Inc., Exxon Mobil Corp. and Air Products and Chemicals Inc. are among those set to receive portions of $7 billion in US funding meant to make the country a leader in the controversial fuel.
Multinational engineering consultancy, inspection, and certification company, RINA, has started its six-year research Hydra project to build a 100% hydrogen-fuelled pilot plant capable of producing up to seven tonnes of different grades of steel per hour.
Dr Antonio Pagliuca, aerospace senior specialist application engineer at 3M, discusses the biggest challenges to the large-scale adoption of green hydrogen and potential solutions for overcoming them.
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The UK and Germany have signed a new agreement aimed at accelerating the development of an international hydrogen industry.