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H2 Bulletin covers the latest hydrogen developments across various industrial sectors. Manufacturing industries are transitioning from fossil-based fuel to clean energy where hydrogen is seen as a promising alternative.

Natural gas as a bridging solution until green hydrogen viable: MEPs

Natural gas should be used as a bridging solution until producing green hydrogen is commercially viable, according to a motion…

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H24All aims for €3/kg hydrogen with Repsol’s 100 MW electrolyser

A 15 member consortium applied for funds to erect 100 MW electrolyser   Repsol, which is a part of a…

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Sumitomo to build hydrogen plants in Australia and Oman

Sumitomo Corporation, a Japanese trading company and JGC Holdings Corporation, a Japanese engineering company, plans to build a green hydrogen…

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Industrial groups explore €270 green hydrogen project in Spain

Fusion Fuel Green Plc, an Irish HQ energy company, is exploring an opportunity to produce green hydrogen with two Spanish…

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Pure Hydrogen to develop hydrogen hubs across Australia

Pure Hydrogen Corp, a part of Australia’s Real Energy Corporation, establishing JV with Liberty Hydrogen to build four hydrogen production…

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Korea’s SK E&S to work with KBR on hydrogen facility

KBR Inc, a US engineering and construction company, will provide technical advisory solutions to SK E&S for development of hydrogen…

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Abu Dhabi energy and financial giants establish hydrogen alliance

Abu Dhabi’s three leading companies have teamed up to embark on the hydrogen economy bandwagon. The state runs oil company…

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Saulsbury to build hydrogen liquefaction plant in the US

Saulsbury Industries said it has recently won a contract for building a 30 tonnes per day hydrogen liquefaction plant. Saulsbury…

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Essar to build blue hydrogen production facilities in the UK

Essar, an Indian multinational conglomerate announced that it has set up a joint venture with Progressive Energy, a UK clean…

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Total and Engie to build largest green hydrogen plant in France

Total, the French multinational oil and gas giant, and Engie, a French origin international electric utility firm, agreed to build…

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