Hydrogen plays an important role in the energy transition as a CO2 and fossil-free energy carrier, feedstock and fuel. But to be able to meet the great energy demand from industry and transport, among other things, we have to produce hydrogen on a huge scale. The current production facilities have a capacity of megawatts, while we need gigawatt installations, and before 2030. The Institute for Sustainable Process Technology presents a design on January 20 for an innovative and advanced green hydrogen plant at gigawatt scale, which can be operational by 2030.
Hydrogen will play a major role in the energy transition. What infrastructure is required? The demand for hydrogen is increasing rapidly. The port region is expected to play an important role in the hydrogen economy focusing on Northwestern Europe.
Aachen, Germany – FEV, a globally leading service provider in vehicle and powertrain development, supports GCK Motorsport, technological and media arm of Green Corp Konnection (GCK), to design and develop its own high-performance fuel cell system for a rally-raid vehicle:
e-Blast H2 will be using the system in the infamous Dakar Rally before it is being transferred to other industrial applications. A first demonstrator version was presented at the Dakar 2022.
Today’s arrival of the world’s first liquefied hydrogen carrier, the Suiso Frontier, in Victoria marks the success of the Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) Pilot Project and the dawn of Australia’s hydrogen industry.