EU Commission backs €26.7m floating tidal project in Scotland

The system involves floating tidal energy, wind generation, grid export, battery storage and green hydrogen

IRENA and Hydrogen Council partner to advance green hydrogen across energy system

The partnership combines IRENA’s renewable energy expertise and the Hydrogen Council’s diverse network of more than 120 member companies across the entire hydrogen value chain

UK researchers offered up to £2m to explore zero carbon hydrogen

Proposals that will develop solutions to address the challenges in integrating hydrogen into whole energy systems will also be supported

Industry responds to government’s Hydrogen Strategy

The government has set out plans to create a ‘thriving’ low carbon hydrogen sector in the UK over the next decade – but what does the energy industry think?

Italian ports to embark on green hydrogen future

The new partnership aims to develop an integrated solution for the production, supply, management and use of green hydrogen for port areas in Italy

EU bank and Hydrogen Europe team up to drive green financing

The agreement will help to identify projects that can receive EIB financing and support their bankability

UK and Australia form partnership to drive low emission technologies

The first initiative will be a joint industry challenge to increase the competitiveness of industry, reduce emissions and support economic growth

Johnson Matthey buys bust UK-based battery materials developer’s assets

The company, based near Oxford, was a lithium-sulphur battery developer with assets that can be adapted for the manufacture of components for green hydrogen production

‘World’s most powerful’ tidal turbine starts exporting clean electricity

The 74-metre ‘O2’ turbine is capable of generating enough electricity to meet the demand of around 2,000 UK homes annually

SSE Renewables and Siemens Gamesa forge green hydrogen partnership

They have signed a memorandum of understanding to co-locate hydrogen production facilities at two wind farms, from which hydrogen would be produced through the process of electrolysis, in Scotland and Ireland