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The Hydrogen Stream: Hygenco, Mitsubishi partner to deliver green hydrogen-fired GTCC power plants

Hygenco Green Energies has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Power to deliver green hydrogen-/ammonia-fired gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) power plants.

Climate-tech investment: Sustainable growth or looming bubble?

While the first quarter of 2024 has shown a significant and potentially transformative rise in climate-tech funding, the sustainability of this growth remains uncertain.

The Hydrogen Stream: India extends bidding for second round of electrolyzer incentives

Manufacturers now have until May 31 to submit bids for setting up electrolyzer manufacturing capacities in India under the second round of the government’s Strategic Interventions for Green Hydrogen Transition (SIGHT) program.

Navigating the future of hydrogen

Hydrogen, often lauded as a beacon of hope in the quest for a low-carbon future, stands at a pivotal crossroads. As the world grapples with the dual challenges of escalating energy demands and climate change, hydrogen presents a unique opportunity to harmonize industrial development with environmental stewardship. However, its path is fraught with complexities and obstacles that require careful navigation.

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Greenko ZeroC to supply renewable ammonia to Norway’s Yara

Greenko ZeroC will supply up to 50% of renewable ammonia from Phase 1 of its ammonia production facility in Kakinada.

The Hydrogen Stream: Asahi India Glass signs 20-year green hydrogen off-take agreement with INOX Air Products

INOX Air Products will build and operate a green hydrogen plant with a capacity of 190 tonnes per annum (TPA). The plant will supply 95 TPA of green hydrogen to Asahi India’s float glass manufacturing facility in Rajasthan in the first phase.

The Hydrogen Stream: Hygenco to set up green hydrogen, ammonia project at Tata Steel SEZ’s Gopalpur Industrial Park

Hygenco aims to produce 1 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of green ammonia from its plant at Tata Steel SEZ’s Gopalpur Industrial Park in Odisha. The project’s initial phase is set for commissioning by December 2026.

Korean researchers build 8 kW solid oxide electrolysis cell that can produce 5.7 kg of hydrogen per day

The Korea Institute of Energy Research has developed a solid oxide electrolysis cell stack that uses a special kind of separator plate to ensure proper flow of hydrogen and oxigen after water splitting. Samsung Electro-Mechanics and Bumhan Industries are now cooperating with the research center to improve relevant manufacturing process.

ReNew, Japan’s JERA partner for green ammonia project in India

The green ammonia project to be developed in Paradip, Odisha, will have a green ammonia production capacity of around 100,000 tons per year by 2030. JERA will be the offtaker for the project.

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India’s green hydrogen and electrolyzer market poised for significant growth

The electrolyzer market in India to supply green hydrogen for steel, ammonia, and methanol industries will soar from $4 billion in 2030 to $78 billion by 2050 if the nation stays on track to achieve its declared net zero target.

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