New pipeline will accelerate Scotland’s green hydrogen export potential, says report

Scotland’s hydrogen production and export potential could be significantly accelerated with the development of a purpose-built marine pipeline according to a report published on...

Hydrogen-in-transport innovators celebrate in latest round of £8 million competition

On 2 August the Transport Secretary announced two winning projects of the second phase of an £8 million Government competition to support hydrogen-powered transport...

Bio-hydrogen project secures £4.9 million government funding

A Belfast firm has been awarded £4.9 million funding from the UK Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) to develop a reactor...

Is hub and spoke the solution to the UK’s hydrogen dilemma?

Gavin Watson writes Innovation, coupled with robust policy frameworks and access to long-term sustainable financing, present the perfect conditions for the next generation of renewable...

Hydrogen in aviation report anticipates widespread deployment in the 2030s

A new report, ‘Hydrogen in Aviation’, takes a closer look at the future demand for the putative aviation fuel in South Wales and South...

Project to create world’s first hydrogen-powered crematorium, in Worthing

The project is underway with the help of researchers from the University of Brighton. Funded by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, the...

Foundations laid for ammonia to hydrogen project

The foundations have been laid at a green ammonia to hydrogen demonstrator site at Tyseley Energy Park. The project has been developed by the Ammogen...

UK ranked as one of the leaders in advancing hydrogen economy

The UK has been ranked third amongst countries that have the potential to be global leaders in the new hydrogen economy. The ranking from...

Green day unravelled: Pundits respond to policy package

An apocalyptic “meh” seemed to greet the government’s bumper package of energy- and climate-related policy announcements and documents released on 30 March, which appeared...

Most innovative energy start-ups recognised in German awards

Fifteen start-ups deemed to have the most innovative business models in the field of energy transition and climate protection were celebrated at an award...

Taming turbulence

When fluid is pumped through a pipe in an intermittent way, the cost of transport is significantly reduced, according to a new study, a collaboration between the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) and the Polytechnic University of Milan.

£4.6m goes to hydrogen for maritime project

A £4.6m innovation project, led by renewable electrification specialist AceOn, to develop battery and hydrogen technology to power the marine vessels used for servicing...

New certification aims to boost British hydrogen sector

In a bid to elevate transparency and confidence in the UK’s low carbon hydrogen sector, the UK government has outlined plans for “a globally...

Surrey firms unveil hydrogen-powered craft gin

The Surrey Copper Distillery is teaming up with AFC Energy, a provider of hydrogen power generation technologies, to produce a low-emission craft gin. The special...

Scaling up clean hydrogen lies within the experience of hydrocarbon-rich countries – McKinsey report

Hydrocarbon-rich countries have the potential to effectively produce clean hydrogen at scale, repurposing existing infrastructure and supporting global decarbonization, according to a new study...

Governments urged not to miss the boat on green fuel shipping

A report published on 15 November examines the role shipping will play in transporting the green fuels necessary to meet global climate goals, identifying...

£400k BEIS funding for project to explore green hydrogen potential for Sheffield’s steelmakers

E.ON and a consortium of industry partners, academics and local authorities is launching a new study to assess the feasibility of green hydrogen as...

Lancashire County Council partners trial hydrogen-powered fuel cell generator

Lancashire County Council’s delivery partner, Costain, and hydrogen industry start-up, Hydrologiq, have successfully trialled the use of a hydrogen-powered fuel cell generator at the...

Purification technology will overcome challenges of extracting hydrogen from ammonia, says group

Researchers at Teesside University are working with hydrogen consultancy EnAcumen to develop a first-of-its-kind hydrogen purification process which they say will overcome the difficulties...

Using wastewater to create hydrogen and oxygen

East Lothian-based Logan Energy is supplying and installing an electrolyser at a wastewater treatment plant in Cambridgeshire as part of a novel initiative being...