‘Europe’s first’ ammonia-fired power plant planned for Ireland

Centrica, Bord Gáis Energy and Mitsubishi Power have revealed plans for the ammonia-fired power plant in Europe, located in Cork, Ireland

Anglian Water unleashes wastewater-to-wheels project for greener roads

Anglian Water has launched a partnership to produce hydrogen from wastewater, aiming to reduce carbon emissions in the water recycling process

First shipment of ‘low carbon ammonia’ reaches Japan

Aramco has sold the cargo to Fuji Oil Company for it to be used for power generation, as Japan looks to change its combustion process

‘Government must invest in clean fuels for transport’

That’s the view from a cross-party committee advising on future steps

Essar investing £2bn to clean up oil refinery

It will build a supply line of industrial hydrogen at the plant, reducing operational emissions in the area by 20%

CO2 price hike could add an extra £1.7bn to the price of UK groceries

The price of a tonne of liquid CO2 is up 3,000% higher than it was a year ago, according to a new report

Canada and Germany set to ink new hydrogen deal

This new project would be the first of its kind in Canada

Anglian Water fined £300,000 following sewage leak in Essex

More than 5,000 fish and invertebrates at different sites along the River Wid were found dead, according to the Environment Agency

‘Hydrogen market needs $600bn investment by 2050’

A new study estimates how the hydrogen market may unravel in the coming decades

Yara slows production due to high gas prices

The hike in European natural gas prices has led to the company more than halving the production levels of its ammonia and urea factories