Geopolitical Implications of Green Hydrogen EconomyJuly 5, 2021 | 5 min read July 5, 2021 | 5 min read
- Action to mitigate climate change is set up to be a major global theme politically and economically for the coming decades.
Hydrogen gas is an environment-friendly fuel, as it produces water upon combustion in the presence of oxygen. For the same weight, hydrogen can provide nearly three times higher energy than gasoline. However, the quantity of hydrogen available from the Earth’s atmosphere is tiny. The more widely available compound, water, might be a source of producing hydrogen. However, the chemical reaction requiring the production of hydrogen from water requires an external source of energy.
The “human-centered” city of the future aims to become fully carbon-neutral
The course of Energy Observer’s Odyssey is set to evolve in line with health guidelines in force in Asia in particular. In this way, the Tokyo stopover will now take place in December 2021 rather than during the Olympic and Paralympic Games, with certain destinations in south-east Asia initially scheduled for 2022 being brought forward to this summer and autumn.
Fuel cells can now be used to generate hydrogen “on-demand” using new technology developed by researchers at Ariel University in Israel.
Construction has been far from sustainable throughout history, but that’s starting to change. Two of the latest products from Chinese heavy equipment manufacturer Sany are powered by hydrogen. If they see wide enough deployment, they could have a considerable impact on construction-related emissions.
Union Petroleum and Natural Gas & Steel Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan said that India is looking towards various colors to kick-start the hydrogen ecosystem development. Addressing the Hydrogen RoundTable on “Hydrogen Economy: New Delhi Dialogue – 2021”, he said that in India, we have taken various initiatives with respect to the greater use of hydrogen in India’s energy mix.
Jakarta—A Press Conference was held by the Economic Research Institute for Asean and East Asia (Eria) on April 13 to reveal the outcomes of a study on hydrogen as a key component of carbon neutrality for Asean.
Global players commit to collaborate on building a hydrogen economy and supply chain in India Chart Industries and Reliance Industries to act as steering group co-leads
Industry players to help develop hydrogen production and storage, industrial and transport use-cases
According to a statement issued by the Indian government on Monday, India and the United States have agreed to revamp their strategic energy relationship to concentrate on greater cooperation in cleaner energy sectors such as biofuels and hydrogen production.