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Hydrogen-powered electric plane makes first flight between two commercial airports
German technology developer H2FLY says its HY4 demonstrator has also a set a new altitude record for a fuel-cell aircraft


A prototype fuel-cell plane has made the first ever trip between two commercial airports by a hydrogen-powered electric aircraft, according to German technology developer H2FLY.

The Stuttgart-based company has announced that its HY4 demonstrator plane flew 124km from Stuttgart to Freidrichshafen airport on 12 April, with the four-seat aircraft then reaching a record high altitude for 7,230ft (2.2km) the following day.

“This is a remarkable achievement for H2FLY, as no other hydrogen-powered passenger aircraft has flown between two commercial airports to date,” said chief executive Josef Kallo. “We are also thrilled to have set what we believe to be a new world record by reaching an altitude of over 7,000ft with our HY4 aircraft.”

Walter Schoefer, a spokesman for the Stuttgart airport board, added: “This is another step on the long road of the aviation transformation process towards a more climate-friendly air transport. We see hydrogen-electric engines as the key to zero-emission flying.”

H2FLY, which was founded in 2015 by five engineers from the German Aerospace Centre and the University of Ulm, aims to deliver the first commercial hydrogen-electric aircraft powertrain to help “unlock the era of emission-free sustainable air travel”.

“In just a few years, hydrogen-electric aircraft will be able to transport 40 passengers over distances of up to 2,000km,” the company says. “H2FLY successfully closed a major funding round in April 2021, securing its growth and enabling the company to begin scaling its technology and solving the related challenges.”

It adds that HY4 is laying the “foundation for development work on a hydrogen-electric-powered, 40-seat Dornier 328, which will be developed jointly with Deutsche Aircraft by 2025”.
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SFC Energy & FC TecNrgy to Make Hydrogen Fuel Cells in India

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25 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

German firm SFC Energy and FC TecNrgy have inked a pact to enter into manufacturing of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells in India. The venture plans to set up a manufacturing unit, Research & Development and a repair centre in Gurugram in Haryana. Further, they have also announced the launch of EFOY Hydrogen Fuel Cell in India which is expected to play a significant role in meeting the country's National Hydrogen targets which include plans to produce up to 5 million tonne of green hydrogen by 2030.

The EFOY Hydrogen is a modular and emission free hydrogen fuel cell solution that meets the highest demands of professional users as in ideal replacement for diesel generators that can be used by a range of industrial applications. Compared to a conventional diesel generator, a 5 kW hydrogen fuel cell energy solution saves up to 45.6 tonne of CO2 based on an assumed annual demand of 43,800 kilowatt hours (kWh).

The product portfolio will be available in a power range from currently 50 kW to perspectively 500 kW.
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Hyzon to Build Green Hydrogen Refuelling Depot in Melbourne

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25 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Hyzon Motors Australia has announced plans to build a green hydrogen refuelling depot at their regional headquarters in Melbourne in Australia. The commercial scale green hydrogen depot will support Hyzon’s rapidly growing manufacturing footprint in the region, to supply hydrogen to new customers, and to further demonstrate the commercial viability of “behind the fence” hydrogen to decarbonise fleet operations. In partnership with the RACV, hydrogen specialists ENGV, and others, Hyzon is working through the design, planning, permitting and development process for the green hydrogen depot with expectations to have it online late in 2023.

Hyzon is currently delivering a first order of hydrogen powered vehicles for RACV-owned subsidiary Nationwide Group, the first order of such vehicles for a Towing company in Australia. These vehicles are the first customers for the planned green hydrogen depot.

RACV is developing the green energy strategy for Hyzon’s Noble Park site. It is anticipated the green hydrogen refuelling depot will be powered, at least in part by onsite solar generation installed and operated by RACV Solar, one of Australia’s largest and fastest growing solar energy companies.
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DNV Expands Hydrogen Expertise in Asia Pacific

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25 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Leading energy expert and assurance provider DNV announced the appointments of four experienced hydrogen experts to support the rapid growth in the company’s Asia Pacific hydrogen business. The new appointments joining the existing hydrogen team in Asia Pacific includes:

Dr Robert Judd - Technical Director Hydrogen & Gas, APAC

Dr Thomas Koller - Senior Hydrogen Consultant

Dr Peerapat Vithayarichareon - Principal Consultant

Mr Scott Trevean - Senior Hydrogen Engineer

As governments and corporations address the challenges of climate change, low-carbon hydrogen has increasingly been included in the national agenda of many Asia Pacific markets to meet their commitments on climate goals, whilst still supporting their growing energy needs. In its 2022 Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) DNV forecasts that APAC hydrogen production for energy purposes will meet 9% of APAC energy demand by 2050.

In relation to this expansion, DNV will be issuing a deep dive report on hydrogen in June which will investigate the competitiveness and development of hydrogen across different industries, include specific hydrogen case studies and will be based on an updated forecast from the DNV Energy Transition Outlook.
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IEEFA Sees Fertiliser Subsidy Cut by Shift to Green Ammonia

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25 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

According to a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, a shift to green ammonia would significantly reduce the Indian government’s massive fertiliser subsidy burden and boost energy self-reliance by cutting dependence on imports of expensive liquified natural gas for fertiliser manufacturing. The report looks at leading green hydrogen to green ammonia projects around the world and reviews the cost competitiveness of producing green ammonia using various electricity inputs – grid electricity, round-the-clock renewable power and solar power plus batteries.

The cost of green hydrogen production is currently about US$5.5 per kilogram, or US$3 per kilogram in countries with good solar resources and is projected to continue to decline steeply this decade, but to compete with grey hydrogen at US$2 per kg the costs of two critical inputs, electrolysers and renewable energy, must fall further.

Electrolysers must fall below US$250 per megawatt from US$700-1,000 and renewable energy to US$20 per megawatt hour from US$30-35, according to the report. Making electrolysers in India, in tandem with the growing solar PV manufacturing base, would cut the cost of producing green hydrogen for green ammonia. Recently, Greenko Group subsidiary Greenko ZeroC and John Cockerill, a manufacturer of alkaline electrolysers in Belgium, signed an agreement to jointly set up India’s largest electrolyser Gigafactory. The companies say their targeted capacity of 2 gigawatts could replace 8% of the country’s LNG imports.

The government’s new green hydrogen policy offers a range of incentives to green hydrogen and green ammonia manufacturers, including allocation of land in renewable energy parks, waiving of interstate transmission charges for 25 years, and banking of renewable power for up to 30 days.

High and volatile global gas prices have pushed fertiliser prices to record levels. India’s fertiliser subsidy is budgeted at Rs1.05 trillion (US$14.2 billion) for 2022/23, the third year in a row it has exceeded 1 trillion rupees. But high and volatile global gas prices, exacerbated by the Russia-Ukraine war, have pushed fertiliser prices to record levels, making it likely that the subsidy will have to be increased drastically. Gas prices increased from US$10.75/MMBtu (metric million British thermal unit) in January 2021 to US$33.00 in January 2022. Global urea prices have been soaring to record highs of US$690-794/tonne (Rs51.4-60.4/kg) between October 2021 to March 2022. However, urea for the Indian agriculture sector remained at a subsidised retail price of Rs5.3/kg (US$71/tonne), reflecting the heavy subsidy of more than 90% on the global benchmark price of urea.
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H2e Power Commissions Green Hydrogen Plant for Oil India in Assam

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25 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Pune-based fuel cell and electrolyser start-up H2e Power Systems has commissioned the country’s first commercial-grade green hydrogen production plant for Oil India at Jorhat in Assam.

H2e will use renewable energy from the 500kWe solar plant at Oil India’s pump station to produce hydrogen, which would be blended with natural gas to run hydrogen buses in Assam. This pilot project has a production capacity of 10kg per day which would increase to 30 kg per day.

H2e is working on three more projects with a few more in the pipeline.
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Hexagon Purus to Deliver Hydrogen Distribution Systems

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26 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Hexagon Purus wholly owned subsidiary Wystrach GmbH has received a follow-on order worth approximately EUR 1.5 million to deliver hydrogen distribution systems to a leading global industrial gas company. Wystrach’s hydrogen distribution systems with Hexagon Purus’ type 4 cylinders will be used to deliver hydrogen for industrial and mobility applications in the Netherlands.

Delivery of the hydrogen systems is scheduled for Q1 2023.

Hexagon Purus, a Hexagon Composites company, enables zero emission mobility for a cleaner energy future. Hexagon Purus is a world leading provider of Hydrogen Type 4 high-pressure cylinders, complete vehicle systems and battery packs for fuel cell electric and battery electric vehicles (FCEV and BEV) including hybrid mobility applications on light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles, transit buses, ground storage, distribution, marine, rail, and aerospace applications.
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Atura Power & Plains All American Developing Hydrogen Storage

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26 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Atura Power and Plains All American have signed a Memorandum of Understanding pursuant to which they will conduct a low-carbon hydrogen (electrolyzer produced) and subsurface storage feasibility study and front-end engineering design study related to Atura’s and Plains’ existing assets and operations located in Windsor, Ont. The prospective studies will analyze the technical and commercial feasibility of Atura designing, constructing and operating a 20-megawatt electrolyzer adjacent to its Brighton Beach Generating Station and Plains providing subsurface hydrogen storage service at its nearby Windsor salt-cavern product storage facility.

The MOU allows for Atura and Plains to investigate the potential for Atura to produce low-carbon hydrogen at BBGS, and for Plains to implement a capital-efficient solution by either converting and/or expanding some of its existing Windsor salt cavern storage assets to hydrogen storage.

BBGS has direct access to a high-voltage switchyard for the electricity component, and proximity to the Detroit River and the BBGS water treatment system for the water component. Plains Windsor storage caverns are located within three-and-a half kms of BBGS.

The commencement of the feasibility and FEED studies is contingent on receipt of Canadian federal grant funding, which is anticipated in the second quarter of 2022.
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Plug Supplies Walmart with Green Hydrogen for Lift Trucks

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26 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Leading provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen economy Plug Power Inc announced an agreement with Walmart Inc for an option to deliver up to 20 tons per day of liquid green hydrogen to power material handling lift trucks across Walmart distribution and fulfillment centers in the US, marking an additional step the retailer is taking to incorporate alternative zero-carbon energy sources throughout Walmart’s supply chain. This is one of the first green hydrogen supply contracts for Plug, validating the company’s multi-year investment in its green hydrogen network.

Through Plug’s investment in its vertically integrated green hydrogen ecosystem, the company will deliver green hydrogen to Walmart facilities using a fleet of liquid transport Plug has put into service using capabilities gained from its recent acquisition of Applied Cryo Technologies.

Walmart has worked with Plug Power to adopt and expand hydrogen fuel cells throughout its facilities for over a decade, beginning with a 50-fleet pilot in 2012 and expanding to a fleet of 9,500 and growing. Now, the retailer is continuing to decarbonize its operations by striving to incorporate the use of green hydrogen throughout its facilities, in an effort to pursue lift truck operations that are efficient, clean, quiet and most importantly, more sustainable.
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SSE Thermal & Equinor Award Contracts For Aldbrough Hydrogen

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26 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

SSE Thermal and Equinor have awarded two key contracts for work on the proposed hydrogen storage facility at Aldbrough, reinforcing their commitment to kickstarting a low carbon hydrogen economy in the region. Engineering company Atkins and sustainability consultancy Environmental Resources Management have been awarded major contracts, representing an important milestone and progress in the proposed development of one of the world’s largest hydrogen storage facilities.

The Aldbrough Hydrogen Storage project is a collaboration between SSE Thermal and Equinor which plans to store low carbon hydrogen either within the existing natural gas storage facility or at a new hydrogen storage site adjacent to the Aldbrough Gas Storage facility in East Yorkshire. This could be in operation by early 2028, with an initial expected capacity of at least 320 Gigawatt hours (GWh), which is enough to power over 860 hydrogen buses a year. Aldbrough Hydrogen Storage would be a critical asset to helping the UK meet its low carbon hydrogen ambitions.

Atkins has been awarded the contract to conduct a feasibility study to assess the design of the hydrogen storage caverns at Aldbrough as well as the corresponding pipeline to transport hydrogen to and from the proposed new Humber Low Carbon Pipelines (HLPC) being developed as part of the Zero Carbon Humber consortium. The outcome of the assessment will provide the foundation for the next phase of scoping work as the project matures. The contract also includes the option for subsequent pre-FEED (front end engineering design) work.

ERM’s contract covers the environmental, health, safety and permitting aspects of the scheme, which are vital to developing Equinor’s future ‘Hydrogen to Humber’ (H2H) ambitions and enabling flexibility in the regional hydrogen production, usage and storage value chain.
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Salzgitter Electrolysers Achieves Record Efficiency

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27 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

To reduce CO2 emissions, Salzgitter AG is introducing innovative technologies for climate-friendly steel production. Now another technological breakthrough has been achieved within the GrInHy2.0 hydrogen project. By using green hydrogen, the steel and technology group Salzgitter AG is a pioneer of sustainable steel production technologies. To drastically reduce its carbon footprint by 2033, the company has implemented the program SALCOS Salzgitter Low CO2 Steelmaking as essential aspect of their new Salzgitter AG 2030 strategy.

Part of this initiative is the EU-funded hydrogen project GrInHy2.0, demonstrating the world’s largest high-temperature electrolyzer to produce green hydrogen.

The high-temperature electrolyzer was developed and manufactured by the German electrolysis company Sunfire. Based on the innovative SOEC (solid oxide electrolysis cell) technology, the electrolyzer uses renewable electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Electrolysis per se is not a new process – but Sunfire’s SOEC technology is the most efficient on the market.

Besides Salzgitter Flachstahl and Sunfire, also the Salzgitter Mannesmann Forschung, SMS Group company Paul Wurth, Tenova and the French research center CEA are part of the GrInHy2.0 consortium.
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Power2X Joins Madoqua Renewables for Hydrogen & Ammonia Portugal

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27 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Building on Portugal’s high potential for wind and solar power, a European consortium of Madoqua Renewables, Power2X and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners will develop a 500 MW electrolyser in the Sines Industrial and Logistics Zone. Including facilities to produce up to 500 ktpa of green ammonia and a loading jetty, the project will supply both local industry and pan-European customers.

Substituting current use of fossil-based hydrogen, the project aims to reduce yearly CO2 emissions by 600,000 ton, equivalent to the average emissions of 130,000 passenger vehicles.
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Upper Bavaria Orders 10 Solaris Hydrogen Buses

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27 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

A total of 10 hydrogen-powered buses will be delivered to two clients in the Upper Bavaria region next year. 5 Urbino 12 hydrogen buses have been ordered by the carrier Busreisen Ettenhuber GmbH, and another 5 units will head to the bus company Martin Geldhauser GmbH & Co KG. Two private bus companies from Bavaria, Busreisen Ettenhuber GmbH and Martin Geldhauser GmbH & Co KG, have ordered a total of 10 Urbino 12 hydrogen buses. These state-of-the-art vehicles will enhance the emission-free public transport in the region of Glonn and Hofolding in Upper Bavaria. The deliveries are slated to be completed by March 2023.

The bus companies have ordered 5 hydrogen buses each. The vehicles will feature similar technical parameters. Their drive unit will consist of an axle with integrated electric motors. A set of 70 kW cutting-edge fuel cells will be installed in each bus. The hydrogen will be stored in five tanks with a total volume of 1560 litres, boasting the best safeguards available on the market. Owing to the advanced technology used in them, the buses will be capable of covering at least 350 km on a single refill. These hydrogen-powered Solaris buses will also feature a relatively small Solaris High Power traction battery, whose role is to support the fuel cell at moments of increased demand for electricity.

The buses will carry up to 34 seated passengers each. Also noteworthy is the fact that the hydrogen vehicles destined for Upper Bavaria will be equipped with the MobilEye Shield+ system, which helps to monitor the vehicle’s blind spot. If a pedestrian or a cyclist is detected in the blind spot, the system will warn the driver about it using both audible and light signals. The MobilEye Shield+ will also support the driver with its additional functionalities, such as traffic sign recognition, lane departure warning alerts and a passive braking assistant. Along with the buses, the carriers will also receive a remote diagnostics system called eSConnect, developed by Solaris. It will allow them to optimise the fleet’s operation by increasing its availability and the limiting downtime of the buses, as well as by preventing any unnecessary drives back to the bus depot.
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TUV Rheinland Issues First Green Hydrogen Certificate

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27 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

TUV Rheinland has announced the issuance of the first green hydrogen and green ammonia certificate globally to Green Hydrogen & Chemicals SPC for the production of green hydrogen and green ammonia as part of the Greenfield Project, a PV-powered hydrogen-ammonia plant with a planned production capacity of 1.2 million t of green ammonia in Oman.

Green Hydrogen & Chemicals SPC, a 50:50 joint venture subsidiary of ACME Group & Scatec ASA, has been assessed and fulfilled all criteria for the entire Greenfield Project based on the defined production methods, transport methods and the applications of hydrogen. TUV Rheinland's certification for carbon-neutral hydrogen provides an evidence of supplying hydrogen to the recipient in a climate-neutral manner, irrespective of the life-cycle stage of hydrogen production, distribution and usage.

By providing green hydrogen and green ammonia certification (TUV Rheinland Standard H2.21 Carbon-Neutral Hydrogen), TUV Rheinland enables stakeholders to ensure that ammonia and hydrogen produced from regenerative sources has significantly lower levels of greenhouse-gas emissions than conventional hydrogen or fossil fuels.
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CIP to Develop Green Hydrogen & Ammonia Plant in Portugal

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28 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

TotalEnergies plans to install 9 GW of offshore wind capacity in Brazil, which reports the France-headquartered oil major is looking to develop three projects in the country, each with an installed capacity of 3 GW. TotalEnergies is eyeing building wind farms offshore the sates of Ceará, Rio de Janeiro, and Rio Grande do Sul.

TotalEnergies, which recently took over the offshore wind developments in the US for which it won lease rights together with German EnBW, now has 12 GW of offshore wind projects planned for the Americas region, as the company said its US lease area could accommodate at least 3 GW of installed offshore wind capacity.
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H2FLY Sets Hydrogen-HY4 Flight World Record

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28 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Stuttgart-based developer of hydrogen fuel cell technologies for aircraft H2FLY announced that its demonstrator aircraft, the HY4, set what is believed to be a new world record last week for hydrogen-powered passenger aircraft, flying at an altitude of 7,230 feet and confirming the company’s position as one of the leading companies in this new sector.

The news comes as the company also flew a 77-mile journey between Stuttgart and Friedrichshafen on April 12th, marking the first time a hydrogen-electric passenger aircraft has been piloted, between two major airports.

The aircraft flew the mission to Friedrichshafen in order to participate in the AERO Friedrichshafen airshow, taking place from April 27th. The HY4 will be presented to the general public for the first time and will be exhibited until the end of April. Up to now, testing of the HY4 has taken place exclusively in the test area around Stuttgart Airport. Stuttgart Airport is a long-term partner of H2FLY and plays a key role in supporting the company with its infrastructure.
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ZEFER & H2ME2 Delivers 100 Hydrogen Taxis to Copenhagen

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28 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

Two pan-European projects have collaborated to bring zero emission hydrogen taxis and a new hydrogen refuelling station to the Danish capital city. The ZEFER (Zero Emission taxi Fleets for European Rollout) and H2ME2 (Hydrogen Mobility Europe) projects, both funded by Europe’s Clean Hydrogen Partnership, have deployed 100 hydrogen taxis in Copenhagen with app-based taxi company DRIVR. The Toyota Mirais run on green hydrogen from renewable energy, following the installation and opening of a new hydrogen refuelling station in the city.

This latest deployment of taxis means the wider ZEFER project has achieved its full complement of 180 FCEVs in high-utilisation, captive fleets across Europe with deployments in three capital cities (Paris, London and Copenhagen). The taxi deployment in Copenhagen will complement 60 taxis previously deployed to Hype by STEP in Paris, and 60 other passenger cars in London deployed between private-hire firm Green Tomato Cars (50) and the Metropolitan Police (10).

To date the 120 vehicles operated under the ZEFER project have driven over 7 million kilometres fuelled only by hydrogen. This high mileage is achieved as the project deliberately targets the very long daily mileage applications which are most suitable to hydrogen vehicles. They have achieved this without major safety or reliability incidents and offering a very attractive user experience. Vehicle performance has been rated highly by drivers and fleet managers, with limited breakdowns or issues encountered relating directly to the hydrogen drivetrain.

The Danish government have targeted all taxis to be zero emission by 2030 and DRIVR recently won the public tender to deliver ad-hoc taxi services in the City of Copenhagen. The 100 new hydrogen taxis will complement DRIVR’s existing fleet of low emission vehicles, already comprising hybrid, electric and hydrogen vehicles.
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CWP Global & Bechtel to Support Energy Transition in North Africa

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28 Apr, 2022, 6:30 am

CWP Global has selected Bechtel to support developments of large-scale green hydrogen and ammonia facilities. The agreement creates a platform for the partnership to provide ongoing conceptual and early planning solutions in selecting optimal integrated configurations for the facilities. CWP Global CEO Mr Alex Hewitt said “Their technological and scientific expertise will allow us to accelerate the next stage of project development, and keep us on the right track to deliver the first million tons of green hydrogen and ammonia by 2028, helping CWP Global support the decarbonization of key global industries on the road to net zero.”

CWP has successfully developed, financed and built over 1.5 GW of renewable energy projects in Europe and Australia, and is currently developing upwards of 140 GW of renewable energy capacity intended for the production of green hydrogen and its derivatives on three continents.
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TMK Completes Tests of Line Pipe for Hydrogen Transportation

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29 Apr, 2022, 5:00 am

Russian pipe maker TMK intends to bring to the market a new range of pipes for hydrogen transportation made to international standards in the second half of 2022. TMK’s Deputy Director for the Development of New Products for Infrastructure Facilities Mr Konstantin Belyaev while speaking at a session on CCUS and Low-Carbon Hydrogen Production: Promising Technology Projects for Key Industries at the National Oil and Gas Forum in Moscow said that TMK will continue to supply its products for combined-cycle generation, nuclear power and renewable energy industries as part of the upcoming low-carbon transition. The Company also plans to supply pipes for hydrogen energy projects and offer solutions for fuels such as green ammonia, biodiesel and bio methane.

Mr Belyaev said “As regards the outlook for energy transition products, we have analyzed our current portfolio and concluded that at the moment it accounts for about 15% of TMK’s shipments. We will further increase the share of these products, and we are confident that they will remain in demand.”

According to Mr Belyaev, as hydrogen energy advances, demand for TMK products will come from different process stages of hydrogen production, transportation and storage of yellow, blue and green hydrogen. Mr Belyaev noted “We are currently developing new pipe product ranges for hydrogen energy, Sputnik H and Sputnik C. Sputnik H will comprise pipe for the production, distribution, transportation, and storage of hydrogen. The Sputnik C range is intended for CO2 capture, distribution, transportation, and storage facilities.”

He announced that tests of line pipe for hydrogen transportation are now at the completion stage. Mr Belyaev said “Fittings are tested at high pressure and different temperatures, and mechanical tests are carried out. They will be finished by June. Preliminary tests have given good results, and we expect that the test report to be issued as early as July will confirm that our pipes meet the ASME B31.12 international standard for hydrogen pipelines and withstand pressure exceeding 200 atmospheres.”
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