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Air Liquide paves way for NH₃ conversion into H₂ with new cracking technology
Air Liquide has announced the construction of an industrial-scale ammonia cracking pilot plant in the Port of Antwerp, Belgium. Planned to be operational in 2024, the plant will make it possible to convert ammonia into hydrogen, with an optimized carbon footprint.
AFC Energy launches new ammonia to hydrogen cracker technology
AFC Energy has launched its new ammonia cracker technology platform that aims to unlock the value of ammonia as a hydrogen carrier fuel. The company says it’s new platform will pave the way for greater usage of green hydrogen in hard-to-abate industries.
Lhyfe acquires 49% stake in Finnish PtX project developer Flexens
Lhyfe has announced that it has acquired a 49% stake in the Finnish company Flexens, a developer of renewable and green hydrogen and Power-to-X projects. The move will accelerate the commercial deployment and Finland-based projects of both entities.
Lhyfe and Centrica to develop offshore renewable green hydrogen in North Sea
Lhyfe and Centrica have agreed to jointly develop offshore renewable green hydrogen in the United Kingdom in a first for the country. The companies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that could accelerate green hydrogen as part of the energy transition in the UK.
HydrogenPro announces 500 MW electrolyser production plant in Texas, US
HydrogenPro has announced it will take its first major step into the US market with the establishment of 500 MW manufacturing capacity in Texas, US. The brownfield investment includes a separate advanced electrode manufacturing facility.
Ceres to validate its SOEC technology with Bosch and Linde Engineering
Ceres Power Holdings has signed contracts with Linde Engineering and Robert Bosch GmbH to start a collaboration to validate the performance, cost, and operational functionality of its SOEC technology. The companies plan to prepare a two-year demonstration of a 1 MW SOEC system, starting in 2024.