Towards the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft. 'At Airbus, we have the ambition to develop the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035. Hydrogen propulsion will help us to deliver on this ambition. Our ZEROe concept aircraft enable us to explore a variety of configurations and hydrogen technologies that will shape the development of our future zero-emission aircraft.' (AIRBUS, France) >
Fugitive Emissions with Australia's Hydrogen Plan?
“Serious threat” of fugitive emissions with hydrogen plan. 'Australia's plans to produce hydrogen using fossil fuels carries significant risks and could create an industry that leads to an increase in greenhouse gas emissions, researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) warn.' (Institute for Climate, Energy & Disaster Solutions - Australian National University, Canberra) >
Global Hydrogen Review 2021
'It examines what international progress on hydrogen is needed to help address climate change – and compares real-world developments with the stated ambitions of government and industry and with key actions under the Global Action Agenda.' (International Energy Agency, Paris) >
Large PEM Electrolyser for Hydrogen Production
REFHYNE II will build the world's largest PEM electrolyser for hydrogen production – an important step towards GW-size electrolyse plants. 'The REFHYNE II consortium is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a grant of €32.4m by CINEA (the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency) for the development of a 100 MW electrolyser to be sited at Shell’s Energy and Chemicals Park, Rheinland in Germany.' (SINTEF - established in 1950 by the former Norwegian Institute of Technology) >