First Hydrogen is looking to spearhead the North American market, having unveiled green hydrogen production plans in Canada and the US.
The Hexagon Group is expanding its footprint in the LNG and liquid hydrogen space, having acquired a 40% stake in cryogenic tank technology manufacturer Cryoshelter GmbH.
A 60MW industrial-scale green hydrogen plant will next year (2023) be operational in the Camaçari Industrial Complex, Brazil, with plans to quadruple this capacity already in place.
Emerson has launched a brand-new valve to isolate process pressure in high-pressure gas applications, such as hydrogen fuelling stations and tube trailers, to reduce fugitive emissions and improve safety.
Air Products will spend or commit at least $4bn in additional new capital to support the clean energy transition over the next five years, bringing its total commitment to first-mover projects to $15bn by 2027.
Hydrogen infrastructure development company LIFTE H2, headquartered in the US with a German subsidiary, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Switzerland’s Burckhardt Compression to develop a joint offering of Hydrogen solutions to the market.
There’s an interesting discussion resurfacing where the origin of hydrogen is concerned. At its core, the question is whether that hydrogen should be out-and-out green, truly clean and renewable, or should it be whatever colour of the rainbow it takes to realize this great energy transition?