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Water for hydrogen production: Building a sustainable hydrogen industry - Yamna

Water for hydrogen production: Building a sustainable hydrogen industry

Water is required as an input for production and as a cooling medium for all types of hydrogen production. Currently, green hydrogen is the most water efficient method of low…

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Green Ammonia for co-firing in power plants; A promising use case to decarbonise power generation

Thermal generation is the largest source of power and heat today with around 60% of the energy mix dominated by fossil fuels. By retrofitting power plants with small modifications at…

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The Green Steel case: The challenge of DRI grade iron ore and potential stranded assets

With the increase in importance due to potential costs and the induction of Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) to ramp up green steel production via hydrogen based Direct Reduced Iron…

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The Green Steel case: A deeper dive into the economics of imports into the EU

The global steel industry is set to grow by 36% by 2050 and contributes to 7% of the global GHG emissions . With the current method of production (Blast Furnace…

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Green molecules or Green Electrons: Is producing green H2 and transporting via H2 pipelines across intercontinental distances (<5000 km) the best option?

Due to long distances between hydrogen production hubs (low-carbon energy resources) and demand centers (industrial hubs), there is an urgency to analyze which might be the best option to transport…

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Port Decarbonisation – A Case Study for hydrogen

The global maritime sector is set to grow threefold by 2050 and is already responsible for 3% of the global GHG emissions. In order to completely decarbonise the maritime sector,…

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Carbon capture offers imminent decarbonisation to many industries and is also deemed to be a crucial part of our net zero ambitions according to the International Energy Agency. Regarding its use in the hydrogen industry, there are mixed opinions as it can be used to decarbonise the mobility sector (through e-fuels) but can also be used as a tool to sustain emission-heavy projects.

The case of Carbon Capture

Carbon capture offers imminent decarbonisation to many industries and is also deemed to be a crucial part of our net zero ambitions according to the International Energy Agency. Regarding its…

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Australia launches ‘Hydrogen Headstart’, its first nation-wide Green H2 subsidy program

With an estimated project pipeline of $300 billion, and a massive renewable energy potential, Australia aims to be a champion of green hydrogen production and targets to set benchmarks for…

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Ammonia cracking

With a majority of the major importers located far away from potential production hubs, there arises a question of what might be the best way to transport hydrogen over long…

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Norway: A prospective world leader for Green products export

With EU target to import 10 million tons of hydrogen by 2030, there arises the question of who is set to be the prime exporter to satiate these demands? Norway…

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