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Rolls-Royce and EasyJet mark first run of modern aero engine on hydrogen

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Rolls-Royce and easyJet report the world’s first run of a modern aero engine on hydrogen. The ground test was conducted on an early concept demonstrator using green hydrogen created by wind and tidal power. The success of this hydrogen test is an exciting milestone. Aviation H2.

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Iberdrola to invest more than €1.1B to build a green hydrogen and methanol plant in Australia; Bell Bay Powerfuels

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Iberdrola Australia and Australia-based hydrogen developer ABEL Energy will build a green hydrogen and green methanol production plant at Bell Bay in northern Tasmania (Australia). Green hydrogen from the plant will be available for domestic customers. Source: ABEL Energy.

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EDP, TechnipFMC and partners to develop a concept study for green hydrogen production from offshore wind: BEHYOND

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To increase the share of hydrogen in the final energy demand to enlarge the low-carbon energy sources share in the global energy mix and promote the environmental sustainability. The goal is to create a unique concept that can be standardized and implemented worldwide, allowing for large-scale hydrogen production.

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Cepsa to invest €3B in Andalusia to build the largest green hydrogen hub in Europe; additional €2B for renewable power

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Cepsa—the Spain-based multinational oil and gas company—will invest more than €3 billion to establish the Andalusian Green Hydrogen Valley, creating the largest green hydrogen hub in Europe in southern Spain. The company will build two plants with a total capacity of 2 GW to produce green hydrogen.

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Wärtsilä gas engines to burn 100% hydrogen

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The technology group Wärtsilä is developing the combustion process in its gas engines to enable them to burn 100% hydrogen fuel. Wärtsilä has researched hydrogen as a fuel for 20 years, and has tested its engines with blends of up to 60% hydrogen and 40% natural gas.

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Dongfang Electric reports successful test of direct seawater electrolysis for hydrogen production

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China-based Dongfang Electric Corporation (DEC) reported successful testing of non-desalinated seawater electrolysis technology for hydrogen production powered by offshore wind. The floating hydrogen production platform Dongfu One is sited in an offshore wind farm in East China’s Fujian province. —Xie et al.

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Commercially operated Wärtsilä engine runs on 25 vol% hydrogen blend

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The technology group Wärtsilä and WEC Energy Group have successfully tested the capabilities of a Wärtsilä engine running on 25 vol% hydrogen-blended fuel. Mihm power plant in Michigan using an unmodified Wärtsilä 18V50SG engine. The Wärtsilä 50SG is a four-stroke, spark-ignited gas engine generating set.

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