The University of Amsterdam used a catalyst (chitosan) made from shrimp waste to generate and control the release of hydrogen from borohydride salts, presenting a potential alternative for hydrogen storage.
Plug Power to deliver a 10MW PEM electrolyzer for the Hydrogen Offshore Production Europe project, a consortium using funding from the European Commission to build an offshore hydrogen production plant.
The companies launched a Joint Forum to support decarbonization by creating global clean hydrogen standards, accelerating projects and funding, and advancing the clean hydrogen industry in emerging and developing countries.
The countries signed a joint letter of support for the “SoutH2-Corridor”, which will transport hydrogen between North Africa, Italy, Austria and Germany to help meet European demand for low-cost renewable hydrogen.
BW Offshore, Switch2, MARIN, TU Delft, and Strohm received the grant for project OFFSET, an industrial-scale floating green hydrogen and ammonia project designed to help decrease cost and increase accessibility of green fuel production.