Joanna Sampson is the Senior News Journalist at gasworld. Having joined gasworld in July 2017, Jo is responsible for international news and exclusives across the website and reporting from a number of regional conferences and events.
The preliminary investigation into the recent explosion at a hydrogen station in Norway has found the incident started with a hydrogen leak in the high-pressure storage unit.
Preliminary findings from the investigation into the recent explosion at a hydrogen station in Norway have found that neither the electrolyser nor the dispenser had anything to do with the incident.
The first mainline testing of a hydrogen-fuelled train in the UK is one of two dozen projects being funded by the Department for Transport’s £7.8m ($9.9m) First of a Kind (FOAK) competition.
Australia’s leading carbon capture and storage (CCS) research organisation CO2CRC has announced a AUS$45m ($31.3m) final investment decision for the third phase of a CCS project in south west Victoria.