Hydrogen infrastructure

Russia is working towards advancing its hydrogen goals by developing a strategy to produce, use and export hydrogen to Asian and European markets. The strategic initiatives include developing infrastructure to store and transport hydrogen, launching pilot projects to produce low-carbon hydrogen and create a wide range of equipment and components required in the production of hydrogen.
  • August 17, 2021
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German utility manufacturer, Uniper has made headlines by withdrawing its plans to build an import terminal for liquefied natural gas and in its place, construct a green hydrogen hub. Currently, the new plan is to construct a comprehensive hub to manufacture green hydrogen, alongside which Uniper is planning to build an import terminal for green ammonia and an electrolysis plant capable of producing up to 410MW of green energy.
  • April 28, 2021
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Australia’s first hydrogen station has been developed in partnership with French renewable energy giant Neoen. The hydrogen station will be operated by ActewAGL, a utility company based in Australia Capital Territory (ACL). The station, to be located in Canberra will produce green hydrogen.
  • April 9, 2021
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The Danish hydrogen infrastructure company signed its second deal with Ørsted to begin constructing a second hydrogen refuelling station, which is expected to have a capacity of producing E 800-1,000 kg hydrogen per day
  • April 8, 2021
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