Heat & Power

H2 Bulletin covers hydrogen applications in the heat and power sectors. It is used to produce power and heat, particularly on an industrial scale. The recent developments are taking it to the next level.

Novatek and Uniper develop hydrogen value chain

Novatek, Russia’s second-largest natural gas producer and Uniper, a German energy company, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to…

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The Philippines plans to turn coal-powered plants to hydrogen

The Philippines Department of Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Star Scientific Ltd, an Australian hydrogen R&D…

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Enel Russia and Rusnano explores green hydrogen project in Russia

Enel Russia and Rusnano are contemplating to explore a partnership for producing green hydrogen in Russia. The plan could be…

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Bangladesh set up its first pilot hydrogen production plant

Bangladesh is the latest country to join the race to make hydrogen as a clean energy source. It has set…

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Jericho Oil enters the hydrogen boiler market

Jericho Oil Corporation, a Canadian oil company, has agreed to acquire Hydrogen Technologies Inc. (HTI), a US-based hydrogen boiler technology…

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Orsted to build its first green hydrogen plant

The Danish renewable energy firm Orsted is moving forward with its plan to build its first offshore renewable hydrogen production…

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Hyundai switch on fuel cell power plant

Hyundai Motor, a South Korean multinational auto manufacturer, has switched on its pilot power plant based on its hydrogen fuel…

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The ‘hydrogen ready’ boiler market

The CO2 emission contribution from the building sector has been on the rise and reached nearly 10 GtCO2, which is…

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Schlumberger to build electrolyser gigafactory

The EU has approved Schlumberger’s GenviaTM partnership with CEA (the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission), Vinci Construction, Vicat…

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Offshore electrolyser systems can make green hydrogen competitive

In Europe, offshore wind power has become very costs-effective in recent years. Energy companies have now been exploring whether hydrogen…

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