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Researchers design a ceramic membrane reactor for hydrogen production

Norwegian researchers have successfully designed a ceramic membrane reactor (MRs) to increase the efficiency of hydrogen production. Researchers at CoorsTek Membrane Sciences, the University of...

Green ammonia production for a functional hydrogen economy

AmmPower is pioneering the development of green ammonia production facilities to achieve a truly green and functional hydrogen economy. The onset of electrification and sustainability...

New IPCEI to boost Europe’s hydrogen technology value chain

The European Commission approves up to €5.4bn of public support by 15 Member States to boost the European hydrogen technology value chain. The European Commission...

Shell set to build Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen plant

Shell is preparing to start the construction of Holland Hydrogen I, which is set to be the largest renewable hydrogen plant in Europe. Shell Nederland...

Centre for Hydrogen: Expanding Singapore’s hydrogen economy

A research team from the National University of Singapore has addressed barriers regarding adopting green hydrogen, to boost Singapore’s hydrogen economy. Burning fossil fuels is...

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AmmPower: Developing a green ammonia production system

AmmPower is developing an innovative green ammonia production system to fuel the transition towards a sustainable planet. AmmPower is a...

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First Hydrogen: Delivering long-range hydrogen-powered utility vehicles

First Hydrogen is harnessing the ‘best of the best’ to capitalise on a once-in-a-century opportunity – a confluence of...

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Building green hydrogen production and distribution

First Hydrogen Corp establishes first hydrogen energy to build green hydrogen production and distribution. Vancouver, B.C., March 8, 2022 – Vancouver, British Columbia – First...

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Green ammonia production for a functional hydrogen economy

AmmPower is pioneering the development of green ammonia production facilities to achieve a truly green and functional hydrogen economy. The onset of electrification and sustainability...

Hydrogen powered vehicles: a fast-emerging market

As global leader in the field of hydrogen powered vehicles, First Hydrogen is in a unique position to capitalise on this growing market. As distinguished...

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The first gas turbine powered using pure hydrogen as fuel

A research team from the University of Stavanger has, for the first time, powered a gas turbine using pure hydrogen as fuel. Hydrogen is being...

REPowerEU Plan: A boost for clean energy

What does the European Commission’s REPowerEU Plan mean for the future of European clean energy markets? As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to unfold, it...

Advantages of green hydrogen: A fuel for the clean energy transition

Why green hydrogen is a new ally for decarbonisation to advance the clean energy transition and achieve a more sustainable future. Decarbonising the planet is...

Network of regional hydrogen hubs to aid America’s clean hydrogen market

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced its intention to develop a network of regional hydrogen hubs. H2Hubs: Creating networks of hydrogen producers On 6...

Developing bioreactor technology for hydrogen storage

A group of microbiologists from the Geothe University Frankfurt utilise acetogenic bacteria to develop bioreactor technology for hydrogen storage.  Efforts to combat climate change are...

Cleanly converting solar energy into storable hydrogen fuel

Research led by the University of Strathclyde suggests that solar energy can be accessed and converted into renewable and storable hydrogen fuel. Research conducted by...

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Hydrogen Cells

Hydrogen fuel cells are electrochemical cells that convert the chemical energy of hydrogen and an oxidizing agent (often oxygen) into electricity.

The process by which hydrogen fuel cells work can be continuous as long as fuel and oxygen are in ready supply. With hydrogen being the most abundant element in the universe, more companies are looking at it’s potential as a sustainable energy source.