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Cepsa has announced an investment of more than €3 billion to establish the Andalusian Green Hydrogen Valley. The company will build two plants with a total capacity of 2 GW to produce green hydrogen. The plants, with 1 GW of capacity each, will be located in Palos de la Frontera (Huelva) and Campo de Gibraltar (Cádiz).
Emerson has launched a pressure-reducing regulator specially designed for use onboard commercial hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The dual-stage active seal design of the TESCOMTM HV-3500 Hydrogen Onboard Regulator delivers steady pressure and constant hydrogen fuel supply to fuel cells.
Battolyser Systems has revealed plans to build a 1 GW factory in the Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, to manufacture its integrated battery/electrolyser system. Acting also as the company’s HQ and R&D center, the plant is expected to open in the second half of 2024, with the final investment decision scheduled for late 2023.
Tree Energy Solutions (TES) and German utility EWE have signed an agreement to build an electrolyser at TES’s planned Green Energy Hub in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. Expected to start operating in 2028, the initial planned capacity of the electrolyser is 500 MW, with one more unit planned to reach a total capacity of 1GW.
Green hydrogen producer Lhyfe is seeking to facilitate access to the hydrogen market with the development of an online platform designed for project owners looking to implement hydrogen solutions or already in the process of switching to hydrogen and looking for suppliers.
Proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers can produce hydrogen from water and renewable electricity. They also typically rely on one of the rarest materials on earth to function: iridium. To scale this technology to meet rising demand for clean energy, the hydrogen community must develop solutions to address this scarcity problem.