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Fendt shows prototype hydrogen tractor at German Hydrogen Summit

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On 27 February, the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy hosted a hydrogen summit. Fendt presented prototype of a hydrogen tractor there for the first time. I see hydrogen as a very important solution to problems in agriculture and forestry.

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ICIS: EU Hydrogen Bank could bring renewable hydrogen costs below €1/kg

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By Jake Stones, hydrogen editor at ICIS ICIS data shows that renewable hydrogen could be sold for below €1/kg if a producer obtains the maximum support provided by the European Hydrogen Bank , according to the heads of terms for the bank published by the European Commission on 31 March. 1/kg hydrogen. 1/kg hydrogen.

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Aranca launches Green Hydrogen Hub to track green hydrogen projects worldwide

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Global research and advisory firm Aranca has launched the Green Hydrogen Hub —an interactive online tool that tracks all green hydrogen proejcts that have come into operations since 2018. You can look at trends—for example the increasing adoption of green hydrogen across Europe since Russia invaded Ukraine.

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Honeywell introduces Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier

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Honeywell UOP has introduced its Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC), a solution that enables the long-distance transportation of clean hydrogen. This cost-effective solution can help meet the growing requirements for hydrogen use across various industries by leveraging existing refinery and transportation infrastructure.

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Rystad Energy expects strong growth in hydrogen pipelines through 2035

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Independent research and business intelligence company Rystad Energy estimates that there are about 91 planned hydrogen pipeline projects in the world, totaling 30,300 kilometers and due to come online by around 2035. New hydrogen infrastructure is starting to materialize as the world seeks to accelerate its path to net zero.

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Global hydrogen station deployments surpass 1,000; China leads

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The number of hydrogen stations deployed globally has surpassed the 1,000-mark, according to a study by Information Trends. China represents roughly one-third of global deployments, but the US lags far behind with less than 100 hydrogen stations. Another four Asia-Pacific countries have also deployed hydrogen stations.

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China’s first integrated methanol-to-hydrogen and hydrogen refueling service station now in operation

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China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) officially launched China’s first methanol-to-hydrogen and hydrogen refueling service station in Dalian, China. The storage and transportation cost of methanol is also much lower than hydrogen, making methanol-to-hydrogen an attractive hydrogen production technology.

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