China Southern Power Grid, a state-owned power utility. has revealed plans to use alloy materials for hydrogen storage.
The European Parlament and the European Council have agreed to expand the number of publicly available electric charging and hydrogen refueling stations on the main transport corridors of the European Union. “Hydrogen refueling infrastructure serving both cars and trucks must be introduced from 2030 at all urban nodes and every 200 km in the TEN-T core network to ensure a dense enough network to allow hydrogen-powered vehicles to travel across the EU.” said The European Commission. The political agreement reached this week must now be officially approved.
Germany and Denmark has agreed to further integrate their energy systems. They are working together to promote the deployment of green hydrogen transmission infrastructure between western Denmark and northern Germany from 2028. The countries have also agreed to support coordination between national regulatory authorities in the hydrogen sector.
AlgeriaCommissioner for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Noureddine Yassaa and Minister of Energy Mohamed Arkab presented national strategy for hydrogen development. The North African country wants to produce 40 TWh of hydrogen by 2040. It plans to sell most of the produced hydrogen to the European market. Algeria too sees hydrogen as a tool to improve energy security.
Hyundai Glovis has signed an agreement with GS Energy to promote clean hydrogen and ammonia. “According to the agreement, Hyundai Glovis will provide marine transportation services for the clean ammonia and hydrogen projects promoted by the two companies; GS Energy will be responsible for the production of ammonia and hydrogen and the construction of the import terminals. said South Korean companies. Hyundai Glovis has invested KRW 200 billion ($153.9 million) in two gas tanks (VLGC). The two 86,000 cubic meter vessels to be delivered in 2024 will be able to transport LPG and ammonia. According to the logistics company, only 20 VLGCs are currently capable of transporting ammonia worldwide.
BAE Systems has agreed to supply electrical and propulsion systems for three hydrogen fuel cell buses in Rochester, New York. Its electric propulsion system is integrated with Plug Power’s 125 kW Progen hydrogen fuel cell engine, which also provides the fuel infrastructure. “The Gen3 Series H system includes an electric motor, an energy storage system and modular power electronics to create a clean mode of transportation for buses.” said UK-based BAE Systems.