TotalEnergies and Adani Join Forces to Create a World-Class Green Hydrogen Company

TotalEnergies has entered into an agreement with Adani Enterprises Limited (AEL) to acquire a 25% interest in Adani New Industries Limited (ANIL). ANIL will be the exclusive platform of AEL and TotalEnergies for the production and commercialization of green hydrogen in India. ANIL will target a production of one million metric tons of green hydrogen per year (Mtpa) by 2030, underpinned by around 30 gigawatts (GW) of new renewable power generation capacity, as its first milestone. In order to control green hydrogen production costs, ANIL will be integrated along the…

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edie publishes new business guide on hydrogen for net-zero strategies

edie has published a new Explains guide, detailing all the key business considerations, challenges and opportunities in integrating hydrogen solutions into existing or impending decarbonisation strategies. Hydrogen is being viewed as a potential solution to carbon-intensive markets, sectors and practices. This new guide explores all the key considerations and how they apply to businesses. Hydrogen can be produced using a variety of measures and sources, namely natural gas, biomass, nuclear, fossil fuels and renewables. As such, it makes it an attractive fuel proposition for industries like electricity generation and transportation.…

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Earthjustice Report: Hydrogen No Silver Bullet for Climate Crisis, Focus on Electrification

Earthjustice’s Right to Zero campaign has published a report to help policymakers scrutinize claims about hydrogen and deploy it as a meaningful climate solution. This report, Reclaiming Hydrogen for a Renewable Future, responds to growing interest and marketing efforts around hydrogen as a potential clean energy source, and aims to distinguish “green hydrogen” from hydrogen produced from fossil fuels. Read Reclaiming Hydrogen for a Renewable Future: Distinguishing Oil & Gas Industry Spin from Zero-Emission Solutions  The report shows how the latest wave of hype masks the fact that most hydrogen…

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£149k for bid to use hydrogen from renewables to produce gin

Edinburgh Napier will play a key role in an investigation into the feasibility of hydrogen as a fuel to decarbonise the distilling process. The HySpirits project has been awarded £148,600 by the Department of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to conduct the study at The Orkney Distillery. The project will investigate the development of a thermal fluid heater system to operate with hydrogen as the combustion fuel within the distilling process. This system will remove the need to use fossil fuels such as kerosene and liquid petroleum gas. HySpirits brings together…

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