GE Gas Power’s years of combustion experience operating on blends of hydrogen and natural gas will help accelerate the energy transition in Australia
Tallawarra B Power Station will be operating in time for the summer of 2023-24, following the closure of the 1,680-megawatt Liddell plant in the Hunter Valley region
GE’s 9F.05 gas turbine will operate with a blend of natural gas and hydrogen for peaking power applications, providing reliable, dispatchable generation to support the growth of renewable energy
EnergyAustralia’s project will be the first large-scale gas-powered plant to be built in Australia in more than 12 years
ILLAWARRA, Australia — GE (NYSE: GE) today announced its latest customer pilot project utilizing GE’s gas turbine technology will power Australia’s first dual-fuel capable natural gas/hydrogen power plant at the Tallawarra B Power Station in New South Wales, Australia. The project aims to accelerate the energy transition in Australia using gas that can be further decarbonized by using hydrogen and hydrogen-blended fuels.
Landsvirkjun, the National Power Company of Iceland, and the Port of Rotterdam have completed a pre-feasibility study about exporting green hydrogen from Iceland to Rotterdam. The results indicate that such a project could be technically feasible, financially attractive and would have a significant contribution to the fight against climate change as economies around the world will switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy in the coming decades.
London, UK – The London-based sustainable events, business council, and training provider has published the initial group of senior decision-makers from global companies in the energy and hydrogen industry, who will be a guiding force behind the SEC World Hydrogen Series of Events.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused financial conflicts in various industries. Many small businesses closed their doors, and millions of workers lost their jobs. Though citizens struggled with loss, anxiety and employment, the planet thrived from greenhouse gas emission reductions.
On June 9, at the 6th International Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cell Vehicle Conference held in Shanghai, Shandong Dongyue Future Hydrogen Energy Materials Co., Ltd. and Ballard Power Systems signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement.
Hydrogen as a fuel for sustainable mobility: BMW Group continues systematic research and development
First prototypes being tested on European roads
Production of small series based on BMW X5 will launch in 2022
Munich — The BMW Group is beginning to test near-standard vehicles with a hydrogen fuel cell drive train in everyday conditions on European roads. Prototypes of the BMW i Hydrogen NEXT will examine how effectively the CO2-free drive train, model-specific chassis technology and vehicle electronics systems work together under real-life conditions.
Permascand Top Holding AB (publ) (“Permascand”), an independent technology-driven manufacturer of electrochemical solutions, today announced that the company has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Verdagy – a spin-out of Chemetry – for the development of a novel electrochemical cell to produce green hydrogen.