Hydrogen is being hailed as a fuel of the future, but production requires large amounts of emission-free electricity, and some scientists say much of the hydrogen needed could come directly out of the ground.
Texas, California seen as early hotspots for solar-hydrogen
Jul 14, 2021
Utilities and developers are looking to capitalize on surging solar capacity and existing pipeline infrastructure to accelerate green hydrogen production.
Wind hydrogen partners move to larger tests as UK support looms
Jun 23, 2021
UK green hydrogen partners are wielding offshore wind supplies to produce leaner, lower cost electrolysers but market reforms are needed to foster demand.
Europe must double green hydrogen projects to hit target
Aug 26, 2020
Large-scale electrolysers and carbon contracts will help Europe meet its target of 6 GW of renewable hydrogen by 2024, EU officials told Reuters Events.
Rapid scaling of electrolyzers accelerates wind hydrogen savings
Jun 17, 2020
A flurry of new large-scale electrolyzers in Europe will add economies of scale to the improving business model for renewable hydrogen, leading scientists told New Energy Update.
Shell, Gasunie join forces to cut offshore wind hydrogen costs
Mar 11, 2020
The Dutch partners want to build 4 GW of large-scale offshore wind capacity and convert gas transport grids in a complete value chain plan for renewable hydrogen supply.
Offshore wind hydrogen could be subsidy-free within 10 years
May 1, 2019
New offshore wind hydrogen proposals in Germany and Netherlands expand the revenue potential for offshore wind and deployment learnings will lower hydrogen production costs towards natural gas reforming levels, project participants told New Energy Update.