UK’s £160m green boost for developing nations

This financial support is expected to accelerate the development and deployment of green technologies

Hy24 buys 30% stake in renewable arm of Spain’s Enagás

It has become a shareholder in Enagás Renovable to accelerate the development of its renewable-to-gas platform

Australia and India to collaborate on low emission technologies

The two countries have signed a Letter of Intent for the new low emission technology partnership, committing to work together on reducing the cost of solar and clean hydrogen

‘2022 could be green hydrogen tipping point’

European demand for green hydrogen is predicted to rise from around 9,900 tonnes to 620,000 tonnes a year in 2026

US establishes new office for clean energy tech demonstrations

It will support demonstration projects in areas including clean hydrogen, carbon capture and grid-scale energy storage

New partnership to scale clean hydrogen and carbon black tech in South Korea

Monolith has developed a process technology that uses 100% renewable energy to convert natural gas into clean hydrogen and a solid carbon material called carbon black, used in the automotive and industrial sectors

Australia introduces new rules to support priority low emission technologies

The government has allocated AUD$192.5m for programmes, including reducing barriers to the use of EVs or vehicles powered by biofuels or clean hydrogen

Shell joins clean hydrogen project in Norway

The project aims to produce hydrogen from natural gas while capturing the emissions

Suncor and ATCO join forces for clean hydrogen project in Canada

They claim it could produce more than 300,000 tonnes of clean hydrogen per year, reduce Alberta’s emissions by more than two million tonnes per year and help Canada in achieving net zero by 2050

New working group to drive clean hydrogen agenda within government

The REA sees clean hydrogen, in combination with biomethane and other green gases, as crucial to decarbonise heat, power, transport and industry, playing a vital role in delivering net zero emissions in the UK