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The US Department of Energy is pursuing all sources for net-zero H2, but green hydrogen is gaining an edge.
As global green hydrogen supply chain ramps up, Airbus dreams of airport hydrogen hubs to fuel zero emission flight.
This US green hydrogen startup has caught the eye of big spenders in the global clean tech finance community.
The rich wind resources of Ireland are fostering a green hydrogen boom, with green ammonia for good measure.
Ukraine makes the case for joining the EU with green hydrogen and a plan for overcoming transmission bottlenecks.
Green hydrogen is going down in cost, and concentrating solar power could pick up the pace by ditching electrolysis in favor of a thermochemical...
The fuel cell startup ZeroAvia is laying plans for green hydrogen hubs at airports to decarbonize aircraft and ground vehicles, too.
New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts cook up a scheme in anticipation of $8 billion in federal funding for green hydrogen hubs.
As global green hydrogen production surges, China appears to be sending a message to Russia regarding future trade in fossil energy.
Green hydrogen hubs powered by renewables can decarbonize and de-risk the global economy, replacing nuclear power plants as well as gas, oil, and coal.