New partnership to build 500MW electrolyser at German green energy hub

It will be installed at TES’ Green Energy Hub in Wilhelmshaven, with operations expected to start in 2028 and plans to add one more unit to reach 1GW of capacity

WTO Chief tells Australia to back hydrogen over coal

She said industry is adapting to environmental changes and this could mean the country is forced into making the change

First company in Europe to use hydrogen-powered freight train

Nestlé Waters claims its emissions could be cut by 10k tonnes using the train

COP27: World Bank launches global initiative to scale low carbon hydrogen use

The Hydrogen for Development Partnership will help catalyse significant financing for hydrogen investments in developing countries over the next few years

Tata teams up to bring hydrogen engines to India

The company is looking to produce more zero-emission vehicles to contribute towards the country’s net zero goal

Will we see 40-tonne hydrogen lorries soon?

A Glaswegian company has released a glimpse into the first stage of developing the huge zero-emission HGV

Volvo delivers first electric trucks with fossil-free steel

The first steel produced with hydrogen is being used in the electric truck’s frame rails, the backbone of the truck upon which all other main components are mounted

Samsung Display targets 100% renewable power in net zero drive

The South Korean firm has joined RE100, with plans to transition all overseas production sites, including in India and Vietnam, to using renewables by the end 2022

‘Green hydrogen is now cheaper to produce’

This is due to the Ukraine War, research claims

EU Commission offers €3bn for innovative cleantech projects

It has launched the third call for projects under the EU Innovation Fund, covering topics including decarbonisation, innovative electrification in industry and cleantech manufacturing