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Australia's leap into green hydrogen leadership

Australia's leap into green hydrogen leadership

Australia is making strides as a green hydrogen heavyweight, investing $127 billion in eco-friendly energy for a cleaner tomorrow.

The Great Energy Debate: Tensions Flare Over Fossil Fuel Future

The Great Energy Debate: Tensions Flare Over Fossil Fuel Future

At CERAWeek, fossil fuel magnates clash with clean energy advocates, as Aramco’s CEO dubs the swift shift to renewables ‘a fantasy’.

Hydrogen project hangs by a thread: Exxon's ultimatum on tax credits

Hydrogen project hangs by a thread: Exxon's ultimatum on tax credits

Exxon Mobil’s blue hydrogen venture could falter without tax incentives, challenging the focus on green hydrogen and stirring energy policy debate.

Energising the future: Canada and Germany's pact for clean hydrogen trade

Energising the future: Canada and Germany's pact for clean hydrogen trade

Canada and Germany have inked a deal to kick-start the commercial-scale trade of clean hydrogen by 2025, marking a strategic shift away from Russian energy sources and towards a sustainable future.

Shell and Worley Forge Ahead with Europe's Green Hydrogen Landmark

Shell and Worley Forge Ahead with Europe's Green Hydrogen Landmark

Shell teams up with Worley to build Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen plant by 2025, leveraging offshore wind energy for cleaner fuel.

Austin spearheads hydrogen's leap: cracking the adoption conundrum

Austin spearheads hydrogen's leap: cracking the adoption conundrum

Austin is currently the centre stage for a pivotal discussion on the hydrogen economy’s expansion. The ‘Fueling the Future’ event gathers thought leaders to tackle the pressing challenges hindering hydrogen’s widespread adoption. Industry disruptors and academic experts are spotlighting the crux of the matter: the supply-demand dynamics, regulatory landscapes, and the promise of emerging technologies. Meanwhile, global stakeholders grapple with the pace needed to upscale advanced energy solutions. Confidence, not technology, is the stumbling block. Investment in clean hydrogen needs to balloon for a net-zero future. The time is ripe for unprecedented collaboration to foster public trust and create robust business cases for these technologies. The World Economic Forum underscores the urgency, advocating for partnerships and informed policies to propel the industry forward, with Austin’s dialogue marking a critical step in this global endeavour.

Albanian mine's hydrogen treasure could power a green revolution

Albanian mine's hydrogen treasure could power a green revolution

In the depths of an Albanian mine, a groundbreaking discovery has sparked a surge of excitement across the energy sector. A vast deposit of almost pure hydrogen, potentially the largest of its kind, has been uncovered. This natural resource, estimated to hold between 5,000 and 50,000 metric tons of hydrogen, is gushing out at a rate of 220 tons per year. The find not only challenges previous assumptions that such accumulations were impossible, but it also offers a tantalizing glimpse into a future where clean energy could be derived directly from the earth. With the hydrogen economy poised to transform energy consumption, reducing reliance on fossil fuels, this Albanian site could be at the forefront of a sustainable revolution. The implications are profound, with the potential to reshape industries by providing a low-carbon energy source for everything from household heating to steel production. As researchers and industries alike turn their gaze towards this unexpected and abundant supply, the question on many minds is whether this could indeed mark the beginning of a new era in energy.