Green hydrogen trade can provide a low-cost alternative that diversifies energy imports and improves energy security, says new IRENA report.
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The green hydrogen produced within the scope of the pilot project, which was implemented with a total investment of 200 thousand Euros, will be used in the cooling processes of Enerjisa Üretim AŞ’ Bandırma 2 Natural Gas Cycle Power Plant.
Gurugram: ACME Group today announced a green hydrogen and green ammonia project in the state of Tamil Nadu. The initial agreement with the State Government was signed in presence of Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Thiru M K Stalin during the Tamil Nadu Investment Conclave. The project entails an investment of Rs 52,474 crore.
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First of its kind in SE Asia, the S$25 million centre aims to bring green hydrogen from the laboratory to society.
Setting sail from its port of registry of Saint Malo in 2017, the Energy Observer has already covered over 50,000 nautical miles, made 72 stopovers, and visited over 40 countries.
It has proposed 25 national green hydrogen projects and five hydrogen hubs by 2025.
In the presence of Mr Vatché Terteryan, Deputy Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia, Mrs Anne Louyot, Ambassador of France in Armenia, and Mrs Hasmik Tolmajyan, Ambassador of Armenia in France, Children of Armenia Fund (COAF) and HyGreenCo company (subsidiary of the French group Solges-Energy) have consented to sign a partnership agreement aimed at the construction of the first industrial demonstrator of Smart Grid in Armenia, integrating the entire chain production of green hydrogen.
New Delhi: Oil India Limited (OIL), India’s second largest National Exploration & Production Company, completed beta demonstration of the hydrogen powered bus developed by Ohm Cleantech Private Limited under ‘Startup Nurturing, Enabling and Handholding (SNEH)’ programme of OIL in Pune, Maharashtra on 25.06.2022. The 9-meter Bus built on a 60kW PEM Fuel Cell engine will power the electric drive and provide for a minimum range of 450km while emitting water in the exhaust.
The Green Hydrogen and Chemicals Company (GHC) will begin developing the first phase of the project over 12 km2 of land to produce 100,000 metric tonnes of green ammonia.