The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management invests $6.4 million in university projects that will develop materials and components to improve hydrogen turbine technology.
H2FLY’s hydrogen aircraft (‘HY4’) completed four piloted flight tests. Results showed that liquid hydrogen doubled the range of the HY4 (compared to using gaseous hydrogen), marking a critical step towards long-range, emissions-free commercial flights.
SEA-KIT won ZEVI funding to design a hydrogen vessel, known as the Zero Emissions Ports Hydrogen Refilling Survey Vessel (ZEPHR). Funding will also help develop green hydrogen infrastructure and a hydrogen refilling station.
Sugar Valley Energy and STARS to deploy low-cost, renewable hydrogen production technology at SVE’s sugarcane ethanol biorefinery, bioelectric, biogas and wastewater treatment facility in Imperial Valley, California.
A reachstacker developed by Hyster and powered by Nuvera Fuel Cells has been shipped to the Port of Valencia in Spain, as part of a project (H2Ports) aiming to develop zero-emission solutions for port operations.
EverWind NL Company, Exploits Valley Renewable Energy Corporation, Toqlukuti’k Wind and Hydrogen Ltd., and World Energy GH2 will be receiving Wind Application Recommendation Letters, allowing them to pursue the development of their project through the NL government.
The University of Manchester and the University of Warwick demonstrated that graphene is permeable to protons, making it a potential sustainable alternative to expensive catalysts currently used in green hydrogen production.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy released the emission threshold and production requirements (e.g., uses electrolysis-based and biomass-based methods) that must be met to be considered “Green Hydrogen.”