Environment

Spain Becoming One of Europe’s New Hydrogen Hubs

Spain is becoming one of Europe’s new hydrogen hubs, said European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen during a press conference in Barcelona on Friday, adding that the country has always been a “front runner” in the NextGenerationEU plan. “This is a defining moment for Europe and for our future,” …

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China Coal Output Rises Sharply

Coal output in China increased by 15% year-on-year in March, with daily production reaching record levels, thanks to Beijing’s calls for a steady market supply, reports Reuters. China churned out 395.79 million tonnes of coal last month, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed on Monday, equivalent to …

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European Hydrogen Development and Opportunities

The war in Ukraine has made the security of energy supply a top priority, increasing pressure in Europe to accelerate the transition to cleaner fuels, including hydrogen. This was one of the topics covered at the European Gas and Hydrogen Conference that took place in Vienna between 21-23 March. More …

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Germany to Triple Number of Hydrogen Fuel Stations

Germany will significantly expand its hydrogen refueling network as it seeks to wean lorries and buses off fossil fuels and decarbonize its transport network. The number of stations in Europe’s largest economy will more than triple to 300 by 2030, the network operator H2 mobility and financial backers said in …

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India Aims to be Green Hydrogen Hub

India has unveiled the first part of a drive to attempt to turn the world’s third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases into a “hub” for green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is produced using non-fossil fuel power and is then used in carbon-heavy industrial processes like making steel and concrete, and for transportation. …

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