Hydrogen flow: Green hydrogen capacity increased in 2022



Green hydrogen production capacity continued to grow last year, mainly thanks to new investments, GlobalData says in a recently published report. Deutsche Bahn, on the other hand, has revealed its plans to expand its hydrogen bus fleet in Germany.

Cepsa is agreed delivers green ammonia to the ACE terminal in the Port of Rotterdam, for end-use applications. Spanish oil and gas supplier said it is now developing 2 GW of green hydrogen at its two energy parks in Andalusia, Spain.

Andalusian Renewable Energy Association (CLANER) and with the Andalusian hydrogen cluster signed cooperation agreement to promote green hydrogen in Andalusia.

Deutsche Bahn has ordered 60 hydrogen buses for its subsidiary DB Regio Bus. German railway company said that the first vehicles are scheduled to start operating in the German states of Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein from the beginning of 2024. Decommissioning of diesel buses by 2038.

A hamburger has licensed 25 hydrogen-powered taxis. German city municipalities considered that Toyota Mirai vehicles are already on the road funded by the Future Tax project. As part of the Climate Protection Act, the city has decided that from January 1, 2025, only emission-free cabs will be registered.

Enapter has revealed that it will supply the latest EL 4.0 device generation of its AEM electrolysers to companies in France and Taiwan. Hensoldt Nexeya France, a company providing electronics solutions and services for industrial customers, has ordered 60 EL 4.0 AEM electrolyzers. In addition, Berlin-based Enapter said it has delivered 20 EL 4.0s to Taiwan’s Hephas Energy.

ZeroAvia and Birmingham Airport in England have entered into a long-term partnership related to airport hydrogen refueling and regular hydrogen services for domestic passengers. ZeroAvia said It aims to start flying zero-emission 80-seat aircraft up to 1,000 nautical miles by 2027.

Topsoe and Sasol have agreed to form a 50:50 joint venture to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Topsoe said the company produces SAF products derived from non-fossil raw materials using green hydrogen, sustainable carbon dioxide sources or biomass based on Sasol’s Fischer Tropsch and Topsoe SAF technologies.

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