Ørsted Together with its Partners Secure Funding for Renewable Hydrogen Project WESTKÜSTE 100 in GermanyAugust 3, 2020 | 4 min read August 3, 2020 | 4 min read
Today, the partners of the WESTKÜSTE 100 project received funding confirmation from the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy as the first large-scale hydrogen project in Germany within the Reallabor (real-world laboratory) framework.
On July 17, 2020 in Toulouse, Qair Premier Elément, a subsidiary of the Qair group, and AREC Occitanie, signed the creation of the Hyd’Occ project company, which materializes a commitment made in 2019 to contribute to the solutions of zero-emission mobility, particularly in road freight transport, in the face of climatic challenges in Occitania.
McPhy will design, manufacture and integrate a complete zero-carbon hydrogen production and distribution chain including two hydrogen refueling stations and 1 MW of electrolysis, for a turnover of nearly €4 million.
Bramble Energy, the world’s most scalable hydrogen fuel cell company, has raised a £5m Series A round. BGF led the round and was joined by existing investors including IP Group, Parkwalk Advisors, and UCL Technology Fund.
tpgroup is pleased to announce it has secured a contract worth approximately £1.0 million with a leading UK engineering company to provide management control equipment for enhanced safety management of hydrogen gas.
The first installation of a hydrogen-fuelled MHE (Material Handling Equipment) fleet is well underway at Skelmersdale CDC.
Luxfer today announced financial results for the second quarter 2020, which ended June 28, 2020. Financial results for all periods are presented in U.S. GAAP, as the Company became an SEC domestic issuer as of January 1, 2019.
CEA researchers have made a step towards the preparation of a lasting photo-electrode for hydrogen production. It is based on a hybrid architecture, based on a semiconductor interfaced with a molecular catalyst. The electrode contains only elements found in abundant quantities in the earth’s crust.
Considering hydrogen as a clean energy for future, scientists have been striving to develop novel processes to produce hydrogen efficiently and cost-effectively.