Linde to increase green H2 production in the U.S.
Linde announced that it will build a 35-MW proton exchange membrane electrolyzer to produce green H2 in Niagara Falls, New York.
Worley and Princeton propose indicators of change to how complex infrastructure is delivered
Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment and Worley published a report as part of a series that examines the infrastructure delivery challenge of reaching mid-century net-zero.
Topsoe, First Ammonia enters a capacity reservation agreement to produce green ammonia
Topsoe’s solid oxide electrolyzer cells will be installed in First Ammonia’s green ammonia plants around the world in the coming years. The agreement provides for an initial purchase of 500 MW of SOEC units and is expandable to up to 5 GW over the lifetime of the agreement.
McDermott wins FEED contract from Gunvor Petroleum for the Green Hydrogen Import Terminal project
McDermott International, together with its storage business, CB&I, has been awarded a Front-End Engineering Design contract from Gunvor Petroleum Rotterdam B.V. for the Green Hydrogen Import Terminal project.
Bramble Energy releases 3D fuel cell, receives UK funding for its scale-up
Bramble Energy has secured government funding from the Advanced Propulsion Center as part of the Automotive Transformation Fund - a program supporting large-scale industrialization to build electrified supply chains in the UK.
Enapter first electrolyzer maker to run OPC UA standard on its devices
Enapter AG has become the first electrolyzer producer running the popular Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture communication standard on its electrolyzers.
Corvus Energy leads research project to optimize combined use of H2 fuel cells and batteries in vessel propulsion
Corvus Energy joins forces with research institute NORCE and other partners to improve operations of H2-driven marine vessels to reduce costs and extend the lifetime of both the H2 fuel cells and the batteries in hybrid configurations.
Nel receives purchase order for a containerized electrolyzer for sustainable aviation fuel production
Nel Hydrogen U.S. has received a contract for a containerized PEM electrolyser from LanzaJet, a leading developer of biofuel technology in the U.S.