EU, Japan and US to co-operate on hydrogen and fuel cells

They believe the technologies could bring significant benefits to the energy sector, the economy and the environment

UK’s first hydrogen train gets green light for mainline tests

Its developers say real-world testing is a significant step towards helping to decarbonise the nation’s railways

‘International action needed to scale up role of hydrogen’

The International Energy Agency suggests the right policies and support could make the clean gas a key part of a clean and secure energy future

Hydrogen ferry to hit the San Francisco bay in trials later this year

The companies behind the low carbon vessel say commercial operations are expected to begin as early as 2020

Hydrogen refuelling station in Norway explodes, injuring two

The station in Sandvika, Bærum, ran by Nel Hydrogen’s joint venture Uno-X blew up at 17:30 yesterday – the cause is currently unknown

International Olympic Committee gets a gold for its hydrogen fleet

The organisation has received eight zero-emission gas-powered cars from Toyota

Drax, Equinor and National Grid partner to create UK’s first zero carbon cluster

They will explore how a large-scale carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS) network and a hydrogen production facility could be built in the Humber region

Floating island of 1,000 homes part of revived Swansea tidal lagoon plan

The Dragon Energy Island project would generate a combination of marine, solar and hydrogen energy

Severn Trent Water seeks new solutions to reduce energy costs

The water and wastewater company currently uses around 900GWh of electricity per year – which comes at a cost of £100m

Vattenfall and Preem team up for hydrogen production

They initially aim to develop a 20MW plant that would produce fossil-free hydrogen through water electrolysis