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  • Funding approval paves way for progress at BP’s Lingen green hydrogen project

    16 July 2024

    BP has been granted funding, provided jointly by Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) and Lower-Saxony Government, as part of the European IPCEI Hy2Infra wave for a green hydrogen project in Germany. The funding will help support the development of a 100MW green hydrogen project next to BP’s Lingen Refinery....

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  • ExxonMobil adds Air Liquide to world’s largest low-carbon hydrogen project

    27 June 2024

    ExxonMobil and Air Liquide have announced an agreement to support the production of low-carbon hydrogen and low-carbon ammonia at ExxonMobil’s Baytown, Texas facility. The agreement will enable transportation of low-carbon hydrogen through Air Liquide’s existing pipeline network....

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  • Explosion damages newly opened hydrogen fuelling station in Germany

    27 June 2024

    A fire broke out following an explosion at a hydrogen fuelling station near Augsburg, Germany on 26 June, forcing the facility to be closed down just one week after it was opened. The station’s operator, Tyczka Hydrogen, has said the station would remain closed until further notice due to the damage caused. Fortunately, no injuries were reported as a result of the blast....

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  • Industry groups call for action to meet UK hydrogen targets in new workforce foresighting report

    17 June 2024

    Urgent action is needed in order for the UK to meet the government’s target to increase hydrogen production, according to a new Workforce Foresighting Hub report. The new report was carried out to identify future skills demands to be addressed to meet the challenge of increasing hydrogen production....

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  • TotalEnergies and Air Products sign green hydrogen delivery agreement

    17 June 2024

    TotalEnergies and Air Products have signed a 15-year agreement for the annual supply in Europe of 70,000 tons of green hydrogen starting in 2030. This first long-term deal follows TotalEnergies’ call for tenders for the supply of 500,000 tons per year of green hydrogen to decarbonize TotalEnergies’ European refineries....

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Fire extinguished after hydrogen leak at world’s largest chemical complex 03 May 2024

A hydrogen leak at BASF’s Ludwigshafen chemical complex in Germany ignited on 30 April before being quickly extinguished by the company’s own fire brigade. The chemical giant said in a statement that there were no injuries as a result of the incident, however part of the facility has been shutdown....

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Northwest Europe’s hydrogen targets require a rapid scaling up of investment and policy support, report says 23 April 2024

Northwest Europe is at the forefront of low-emissions hydrogen development – though meeting the targets that countries in the region have set for 2030 will require further efforts from policy makers on a tight timeline, according to the latest edition of the IEA’s ‘Northwest European Hydrogen Monitor’....

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Large-scale green hydrogen project in France receives €149 million grant 18 March 2024

Lhyfe has received €149 million (£127m) of financial support from the French government for the construction of a green hydrogen production plant with an installed electrolysis capacity of 100 MW near Le Havre. The project has been approved by the European Commission as part of the third wave of IPCEI (Important Projects of Common European Interest) on hydrogen....

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Lhyfe launches first UK project with plans for 20MW green hydrogen plant 05 March 2024

Global green and renewable hydrogen company Lhyfe has unveiled plans for its first UK plant to support the country’s net zero ambitions. The company's proposed facility in the North East of England is receiving support from Shepherd Offshore, a maritime and energy service provider, following the signing of a land deal....

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EU will miss 2050 climate targets by a decade without urgent action, new report claims 23 February 2024

Despite ambition across its members, the European Union (EU) won’t meet climate targets until well into the 2060s, as focus shifts to energy security and economic stability. Renewables and electrification uptake is due to progress steadily, but nascent technologies, such as hydrogen and carbon capture, need urgent action in the forms of investment, demand certainty, and policy commitment, according to new report from energy research and consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie....

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