Siemens has announced that a green hydrogen generation plant, described as one of the largest in Germany, has been commissioned.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) of Malasia announced that it aims to install over 14 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2050 and retire some of its coal-fired assets earlier than planned.
GreenZo Energy of India and Nepal’s API Power have signed an MOU to develop 50 MW green hydrogen plants in Nepal.
Equinor and SSE Thermal have announced their intention to buy Triton Power from Energy Capital Partners (ECP) and are starting preparations to use hydrogen in Triton’s Saltend Power Station in the UK.
First Hydrogen is looking to develop a green hydrogen generation infrastructure in the form of a ‘hydrogen village’. The announcement helps illustrate both the opportunities arising out of the UK’s hydrogen strategy, but also the real-world challenges that lie ahead.
By Nick Smee, Partner, Browne Jacobson
Germany’s RWE has agreed to buy the 1.4 GW Magnum gas-fired plant in Eemshaven in the Netherlands from Vattenfall in a deal valued at €500 million.
Hydrogène de France (HDF) has signed an MOU with Pestech International to collaborate on green hydrogen production from hydropower plants in Cambodia and Malaysia.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) will fund research organisation GTI and its partners for the next phase of a project exploring how stored hydrogen can be used for load following with a CCGT.
German energy group Uniper has announced it is working on a project to establish a hydrogen technology hub at the site of the 762 MW Gelsenkirchen-Scholven coal-fired power plant in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Korean Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) has announced that it will develop commercialisation of carbon-free power generation technologies that use ammonia blends and hydrogen blends.