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Airbus, ArcelorMittal, MHI, Shell and eight others establish Hamburg Hydrogen Network
Twelve strong leading companies have joined forces to form the Hamburg Hydrogen Network (Wasserstoffverbund Hamburg), which can save over one million tonnes of CO2, H2 Bulletin reports.
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Uniper unveils hydrogen hub plans that could meet 10% of Germany’s hydrogen demand
German utility Uniper wants to establish a brand new national hydrogen hub in Wilhemshaven that could provide 10% of Germany’s hydrogen demand.
The project, named Green Wilhemshaven, will act as a central hub for climate friendly hydrogen in addition to including an import terminal that will help bring international hydrogen to the areas increasing trade and investment opportunities.
Palmerston North could become key hydrogen production hub
Manawatū looks set to benefit from the rise of hydrogen in the transport and energy sector, as major companies look for greener alternatives to fossil fuels.
Central Economic Development Agency chief executive Linda Stewart said the region had the potential to become a hub for hydrogen production, with two major companies promising significant investment in the sector.
Firstgas, New Zealand’s largest gas network operator, recently identified Palmerston North as a prime candidate for one or more of the 15 new North Island hydrogen production facilities required for its plan to replace natural gas with hydrogen as a greener alternative by 2050.
Nanofilm forms JV with Temasek to capture new growth in hydrogen economy
Nanofilm Technologies International is forming a joint venture with Temasek to generate growth in the so-called “hydrogen economy”, increasingly touted as a cleaner substitute for the fossil-fuel economy.
The joint venture, Sydrogen Energy, will tap on Nanofilm’s capabilities in applying its advanced nano-coating to critical parts in fuel cell and electrolyser systems, which is poised to enjoy wider commercial application as more attention is focused on sustainability principles.
The parts, with Nanofilm’s coating, can be used for a longer period.