All Hydrogen articles – Page 24

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    Chart acquires 5% stake in Transform Materials


    Chart Industries has made yet another move in the emerging hydrogen economy, having yesterday (31st March) completed a $25m investment in Transform Materials for a 5% equity stake.

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    BCGA supports STEM projects with Primary Engineer


    The British Compressed Gasses Association (BCGA) has joined forces with Primary Engineer to bridge the gap between education and industry.

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    Airbus explores superconducting materials and cryogenic temperatures to optimise propulsion


    Airbus is exploring the impact of superconducting materials and cryogenic temperatures on the performance of an aircraft’s electric propulsion systems.

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    Mapping Australia’s gas regulations to enable a future hydrogen and biomethane industry


    Building on efforts completed as part of the National Hydrogen Strategy, a new report has detailed exactly how Australia’s current gas regulations can be modernised to facilitate the future use of hydrogen, biomethane and other potential future fuels.

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    Emerson joins European Clean Hydrogen Alliance


    Strengthening its commitment to environmental sustainability, global engineering and technology company Emerson has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance.

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    Air Liquide to invest €8bn in the low-carbon hydrogen supply chain


    Air Liquide is accelerating its hydrogen developments to at least triple its turnover to more the €6bn by 2035, the industrial gas giant has confirmed.

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    Webinar: Clean Energies and Circular Economies


    Clean energies and circular economies were topics of conversation today (19th March) in gasworld’s latest webinar, sponsored by Nippon Gases Europe, with David Hurren of the BCGA telling viewers, “there’s been a sudden realisation that the gases, especially methane and hydrogen, are a vital part of that transition to net-zero.”

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    Air Liquide celebrates hydrogen milestone in Taiwan


    Air Liquide has completed the first phase of construction on its 25MW hydrogen electrolyser plants located in the Science Parks of Tainan and Hsinchu, Taiwan.

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    Gastech 2021 to be held in Singapore


    dmg events has today (18 th March) confirmed that Gastech 2021 will place as an in-person event at the Singapore EXPO on 13 th -16 th September.

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    Air Liquide and ArcelorMittal to decarbonise steel production in Dunkirk


    Air Liquide and ArcelorMittal have joined forces to transform the steel production process through the development of innovative solutions such as low-carbon hydrogen and carbon capture.

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    Chart receives hydrogen liquefaction plant order from Plug Power


    Chart Industries will supply Plug Power with two 15 tonnes per day hydrogen liquefaction plants that will be operational in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern US by the end of next year (2022).

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    Hydrogen: Managing the revolution


    Coeus Energy describes the safe management of change in the hydrogen revolution, in an exclusive feature for gasworld.

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    Embracing renewable hydrogen - Aberdeen comes first


    “The buses are running like a dream,” says Councillor Philip Bell, Hydrogen Champion at Aberdeen City Council, in an exclusive interview with Stephen B. Harrison, for gasworld.

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    The blue hydrogen paradigm shift


    The use of blue hydrogen will stimulate progress towards deep decarbonisation in many carbon-intensive sectors. It will also drive investment in integrated blue hydrogen production schemes, explains Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Directory of sbh4 consulting, exclusively for gasworld.

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    Linde to supply hydrogen ferry


    Linde will supply liquid hydrogen and related infrastructure for one of the world’s first operational hydrogen-powered ferries which will transport both cars and passengers.


    Process Sensing Technologies: Complete gas measurement solutions for hydrogen


    In 1874 Cyrus Harding, an engineer in the book The Mysterious Island by the French science-fiction author Jules Verne, predicted, “Yes, my friends, I believe that water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen which constitute it, used singly or together, will furnish an inexhaustible source ...

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    In focus… Power-to-Gas technologies


    The usage of renewable energy sources wind and solar photovoltaics have grown increasingly in recent years and become vital to support global carbon footprint reduction goals. But the wind isn’t always blowing, and the sun isn’t always shining, which creates a grid stabilisation issue as well as the need for ...

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    Measured growth


    In the global fight against climate change, many nations are committed to reducing energy consumption and have set ambitious goals to minimise carbon emissions. However, to achieve net zero targets, there must be significant decarbonisation and a substantial change will be required in the way energy is generated, stored, transported ...

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    Specialty gases enabling the green agenda in Asia-Pacific


    Solar panel production for mega-scale renewable projects means mega-scale growth for industries gases, writes Stephen B. Harrison, sbh4 Consulting.

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    From space to your garage


    Hydrogen risk assessment has been around ever since humans began recognising the many useful applications of hydrogen. Today our assessment methodologies continue to evolve in response to the fast-growing commercial hydrogen economy.