The UK government has today announced a £90 million investment package for projects focused on reducing emissions from heavy industry and homes.
The electrification of transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe could cut greenhouse gas emissions of those sectors by 60% between 2020 and 2050, according to a new report.
Shell is “determined to lead” the transformation of mobility, its vice president of global accounts and business, Patrick Carré has said.
Open Energi has partnered ITM Power to use AI for the optimisation of hydrogen production through use of clean electricity.
Chris de Beer, hydrogen leader at Mott MacDonald, discusses the pivotal role hydrogen could play in a possible zero-carbon energy system.
Drax, Equinor and National Grid’s Ventures arm have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate on zero-carbon power stations in the UK.
The UK’s power system could become greener and more efficient if excess generation, typically from renewable sources, was used to create hydrogen.
The €32 million (US$36 million) Hydrogen Mobility Europe programme was launched today, with Germany, the UK, the Scandinavian countries and France signing up with the aim of expanding hydrogen refuelling station coverage across the continent. Andy Colthorpe speaks to one of the companies behind the project and power-to-gas energy expert Christopher Hebling of Fraunhofer ISE about this “modern fairytale” technology.