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University of Groningen Pioneers Cheaper Green Hydrogen Production

University of Groningen Pioneers Cheaper Green Hydrogen Production

Researchers in Groningen are creating efficient, affordable methods to produce green hydrogen, aiming to make it as cost-effective as natural gas-derived hydrogen. This could revolutionise sustainable energy.

Unleashing the Power of Digital Twins in Renewable Hydrogen

Unleashing the Power of Digital Twins in Renewable Hydrogen

Discover how digital twins can revolutionise renewable hydrogen projects, reducing costs, mitigating risks, and accelerating timelines. McKinsey reveals the future of green hydrogen.

Germany Converts Underground Gas Storage for Green Hydrogen

Germany Converts Underground Gas Storage for Green Hydrogen

Germany is transforming underground gas storage for green hydrogen, fast-tracking hydrogen projects to cut carbon emissions and aiming for carbon neutrality by 2045.

Breakthrough Methanol Technology Promises Greener Future

Breakthrough Methanol Technology Promises Greener Future

Supercritical and HAMR Energy unveil a new methanol production technology that enhances efficiency and sustainability. This innovation could cut costs by 20%, revolutionising the hydrogen industry by 2030.

Green Hydrogen Innovation Congress 2024: Driving Sustainable Change

Green Hydrogen Innovation Congress 2024: Driving Sustainable Change

The Green Hydrogen Innovation Congress 2024 in Dresden showcased cutting-edge projects and technologies to reduce carbon emissions and promote clean energy, attracting over 370 experts from across Europe.

From Green Hydrogen to Carbon Capture: The Energy Sector's New Direction

From Green Hydrogen to Carbon Capture: The Energy Sector's New Direction

Euractiv reports a shift from green hydrogen to carbon capture in the energy sector due to scaling issues and rising interest in blue hydrogen despite environmental concerns. Learn why this matters.

Euronode and Partners Launch Green Ammonia Hydrogen Research Project

Euronode and Partners Launch Green Ammonia Hydrogen Research Project

Euronode and partners are developing efficient hydrogen production from green ammonia, aiming for sustainable, material-efficient tech. This project promises significant advances in the hydrogen supply chain.

University of Groningen's Breakthrough in Affordable Green Hydrogen

University of Groningen's Breakthrough in Affordable Green Hydrogen

Researchers at the University of Groningen have developed a high-temperature electrolysis method to produce green hydrogen more efficiently, potentially making it a cost-competitive alternative to natural gas.

Netherlands Boosts Green Future with Hydrogen Pipelines

Netherlands Boosts Green Future with Hydrogen Pipelines

The Netherlands is building hydrogen pipelines in the north, linking industries to storage and import points. This move is a big step towards a sustainable energy future.

Ruthenium: The New Hero in Green Hydrogen Production

Ruthenium: The New Hero in Green Hydrogen Production

Ruthenium is emerging as a game-changer in green hydrogen production, potentially boosting efficiency and cutting costs. This breakthrough could significantly advance the platinum metals sector.