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The Hydrogen Stream: Adnoc delivers low-carbon ammonia to Japan

Adnoc has delivered the world’s first certified bulk commercial shipment of low-carbon ammonia to a client in Japan, while Plug Power has agreed to supply a 3 GW electrolyzer in Australia. May 17, 2024 Sergio Matalucci Image: Adnoc Adnoc has delivered what it claims is the world's first certified bulk commercial shipment of “low-carbon ammonia

‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered RTG crane starts commercial operations

Home Hydrogen ‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered RTG crane starts commercial operations May 16, 2024, by Aida Čučuk Japan’s Mitsui E&S and its U.S. subsidiary PACECO have announced the commencement of commercial operations of the “world’s first” hydrogen fuel cell-powered rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) crane, H2-ZE Transtainer crane, at the Port of Los Angeles. Courtesy of Mitsui E&S

‘Inexperienced finance to help HK procedure hydrogen vitality’

A think tank on Thursday said Hong Kong, being an international financial hub, can speed up the development of hydrogen power through financing initiatives that invest in green and sustainable sources of energy. Civic Exchange made the recommendation in its study of the clean energy source, before the government publishes its strategy on the topic

Industrial Gases-Glass Change Market Evaluation, Trends, Opportunities, Graph, Segmentations, Regional Boost, Key Avid gamers and Forecast Document

Industrial gases play a critical role in the glass industry by supporting various stages of glass production, including melting, forming, and finishing. These gases, such as oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, and acetylene, enhance furnace efficiency, control atmospheric conditions, and facilitate high-quality glass manufacturing. They help in maintaining precise temperature control, reducing contaminants, and ensuring the desired

DOE presents as a lot as $1.66B for Stride Energy’s hydrogen production

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Australia’s Hydrogen Headstart program receives $2 billion boost

Home Hydrogen Australia’s Hydrogen Headstart program receives $2 billion boost May 15, 2024, by Aida Čučuk As part of a funding package of $7.1 billion for budgeted programs to be administered by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), the Australian government has allocated $2 billion for round two of the Hydrogen Headstart program. Illustration purposes;

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The Hydrogen Stream: Adnoc delivers low-carbon ammonia to Japan

Adnoc has delivered the world’s first certified bulk commercial shipment of low-carbon ammonia to a client in Japan, while Plug Power has agreed to supply a 3 GW electrolyzer in Australia. May 17, 2024 Sergio Matalucci Image: Adnoc Adnoc has delivered what it claims is the world's first certified bulk commercial shipment of “low-carbon ammonia

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