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Week 44: Green hydrogen and its applications

liquid green hydrogen vessel

In this weeks news update you can read about EU finding for a hydrogen demonstration vessel, millions in investments for green hydrogen project in Spain and a MOU between partners to explore using hydrogen to power a data centre park in Singapore. You can also read about green ammonia production and construction start of a fuelling station for trains.

 

 

EU funding for hySHIP

The maritime innovation project HySHIP has been granted eight million euros in EU funding. The project involves designing and construction a demonstration vessel running on liquid green hydrogen. Read the press release here.

liquid green hydrogen vessel

Source: Wilhelmsen


 

2050: 23 percent of electricity used to produce hydrogen

Statnett forecasts that 23 percent of the electricity in Europe will be used to produce hydrogen in 2050. Read the full article here


 

Iberdrola and Feriberia with €1,8 billion investment

The two companies Iberdrola and Feriberia have announced a new partnership and propose a plan for installation of 800 MW of green hydrogen production capacity in Spain by 2027. However, they are seeking funding from the European Recovery Fund before they go ahead with the project. Read the full article here.


 

MOU for hydrogen powered data centre park

Keppel Data Centres Holding Pte, City Gas and City-OG Gas Energy Services has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore using liquified natural gas and hydrogen to power Keppel’s Floating Data Centre Park in Singapore. The project is in the exploration phase, and you can read the full article here.

Hydrogen data centre Source: Keppel Data Centres

Source: Keppel Data Centres


 

From fossil to renewable hydrogen in ammonia production

Ørsted and Yara partner up to replace fossil hydrogen with renewable hydrogen in the Netherlands in the production of ammonia. The project could be operational in 2024/2025. Read the article here.

Yara green hydrogen ammonia

Yara’s Sluiskil plant where they want to replace fossil hydrogen with green hydrogen. Source: Yara


 

First hydrogen station for trains under construction in Germany

The 500 million euro project will fuel the world’s largest fleet of hydrogen trains, according to German public transport operator Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund. Read the article here. 

alstom hydrogen train

The station will fuel 27 of Alstom’s hydrogen-powered Coradia iLint’s. Source: Alstom.

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