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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 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 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.

Latest Featured Articles

The inaugural Hydrogen Tech World Expo & Conference is around the corner! Bringing together hydrogen experts from around the globe, this two-day event provides an excellent opportunity to meet with leading equipment and component manufacturers, system developers and service providers from across the hydrogen value chain, as well as to learn from and talk to engineers, system integrators, technology innovators and end users. Join us in Essen on 4 and 5 April!
With more than 25 years of experience in PEM electrolysis and – as a daughter company of MAN Energy Solutions – operating under the umbrella of the German giant Volkswagen, H-TEC SYSTEMS has all it takes to realise its strategic objective to become one of the top three players in the global PEM electrolyser market. As the company prepares to go large scale, we talked to Jonas Wahl, Director of Product Management, to learn more about the company’s current projects and vision for the future.
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Two major challenges are hiding behind the investments in green energy production. They arise from the fact that (variable) renewables are often produced at the wrong time and place. Therefore, the development of both storage and transportation capacity is crucial. Sweco shares lessons learned from the first large-scale project developments with VoltH2.