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Plug Power, Airbus, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), and Delta Air Lines have joined forces to study the feasibility of a hydrogen-based hub at the world’s busiest airport in support of advancing a more sustainable future of travel. The study in Atlanta is scheduled for completion at the end of 2026.
Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser ASA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nel ASA, has entered into a technology licensing agreement with Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India's largest private-sector corporation. The agreement provides RIL with an exclusive license for Nel’s alkaline electrolysers in India and allows RIL to manufacture Nel’s alkaline electrolysers for captive purposes globally.
Ohmium chosen to provide 10 MW of electrolyzers for Croatia’s first green hydrogen project
Ohmium International has been chosen to supply PEM electrolyzers for the first green hydrogen project in Croatia. IVICOM, a Croatian engineering and construction firm, selected Ohmium as the electrolyzer supplier for a 10 MW green hydrogen production plant at the INA Rijeka Refinery.

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Hydrogen blending can play a critical role in unlocking a greener, decarbonized energy future. Low-carbon hydrogen until recently has been largely untapped, but its adoption and potential are rapidly accelerating in areas such as transportation, power, and energy storage.
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Valmet, the global developer and supplier of process technologies, automation and services, has long enjoyed strong patronage from the pulp, paper and energy industries, amongst others. And, thanks to proven expertise with industrial gases such as hydrogen, oxygen and chlorine, Valmet’s Flow Control business line is a ‘go-to’ valve source for the renewable energy sector. Ville Kähkönen and Andreas Pischke kindly discussed the valve needs of this emerging industry.
Although the implementation of global renewable electricity generation capacity is increasing exponentially, with the goal of tripling it by 2030 as established by COP28, the world’s renewable hydrogen production capacity is lagging behind. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has recently lowered its five-year forecast for renewable power capacity dedicated to renewable hydrogen production (2023–2028) to 45 GW. It goes without saying that the hydrogen sector will require a substantial amount of critical raw materials (CRMs), for instance, for fuel cells, electrolysers, hydrogen separation, hydrogen storage, and hydrogen transport.