World’s first self-sufficient hydrogen ship gases into London

Already 18,000 miles into its six-year-long journey around the globe, the zero-emission Energy Observer is being moored by Tower Bridge for 10 days to celebrate the end of the European leg of its voyage

Siemens and Hydrogen Renewables Australia partner on clean hydrogen plant

The Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project will use renewable electricity produced by wind and solar technologies to produce green hydrogen gas

Chemicals giant Linde buys 20% stake in UK hydrogen firm ITM Power

The two companies are also forming a new 50:50 joint venture to develop hydrogen power for major industrial projects

‘World’s largest’ ammonia plant powered by clean hydrogen headed for Australia

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced $980,000 for Dyno Nobel to assess the feasibility of building a renewable ammonia facility at its existing facility in Moranbah

Plans submitted for plastics to hydrogen facility in Cheshire

The £7m plant is expected to treat up to 35 tonnes of unrecyclable plastics a day and create a local source of hydrogen

Oil and gas: Plans unveiled for new £50m Net Zero Solution Centre

It has received backing from major companies including BP, Equinor, Shell, Siemens, Total and Wood

‘World’s first’ project to turn biogas from sewage into hydrogen

Hazer is seeking to build a 100-tonne per annum facility in Australia by December 2020

Plug-in hybrids ‘may be needed on the road to decarbonising HGVs’

A new report from the Energy Technologies Institute suggests it will be difficult for the HGV sector to make the leap from combustion engine vehicles to 100% electric propulsion

Could hydrogen gas be the tonic the gin industry needs?

A gin distillery has secured a share of £40 million of new government funding to use hydrogen power in its distillation process

US Army takes aim at stealthy hydrogen tanks

Scientists from the Ground Vehicle Systems Center and US Army Research Laboratory are exploring the potential role of fuel cell technologies in powering combat vehicles