Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies, and Hystar, a Norwegian high-tech hydrogen company, have signed a three-year strategic supply agreement to ramp up renewable (green) hydrogen production.
The agreement between the Germany-based specialist for high-efficient water electrolysis, thyssenkrupp nucera, and the Swedish industrial start-up H2 Green Steel, secures capacity of more than 700MW for H2 Green Steel’s electrolysis plant in Boden – making it one of the world’s largest electrolysis plants announced to date.
Australian hydrogen conglomerate, United H2 Limited (UHL), has engaged New York-based advisory, TriPoint Capital Management (TriPoint) to execute a dual listing strategy, which involves plans to take UHL public on the Canadian Securities Exchange in Q4 CY23, followed by an IPO on the NASDAQ in Q4 CY24.
COLUMBUS, Ind– Accelera ™ by Cummins, the zero-emissions business segment of Cummins Inc., today marked the start of operations for electrolyzer production in Fridley, Minnesota – its first electrolyzer production site in the United States. U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, and other federal, state and local U.S. officials joined the ribbon cutting ceremony at the site, underscoring the momentum of the green hydrogen economy and importance of continued innovation in clean tech.
The development of sustainable hydrogen in North Holland has achieved the significant European ‘Hydrogen Valley’ status. This award distinguishes regions that are actively developing a sustainable hydrogen-based energy system. North Holland has been hailed as a ‘best practice’ example in terms of public-private partnerships and funding models.
KONGSTEIN has developed a compressed gaseous hydrogen carrier vessel for the transport and direct shuttling of hydrogen from an offshore wind farm to a dedicated offloading port. The work was carried out as part of the two-year “OffsH2ore” project funded by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK).