Jul 26, 2023
Germany's Updated National Hydrogen Strategy
Germany's updated National Hydrogen Strategy for 2023 emphasizes the importance of hydrogen in ensuring energy security, especially in light of global energy market changes and geopolitical events. The strategy aims to double the national expansion target of electrolysis capacity to at least 10 GW by 2030, accelerate infrastructure development, and position Germany as a leading market for hydrogen technologies.
Jul 3, 2023
Ireland National Hydrogen Strategy
Whilst renewable hydrogen can offer many opportunities for Ireland, it is still very much a nascent technology with great uncertainty on the future costs, potential end-uses and the infrastructure, skills and supply chains needed to deliver on it. The National Hydrogen Strategy aims to reduce some of this uncertainty by providing the long-term strategic vision of what role hydrogen will play in our future economy, which will help to reduce commercial risk and ultimately help to drive investment from the private sector.
Jun 7, 2023
Greek Hydrogen Strategy: Domestic production of 3,500 GWh in 2030
Greece aims to produce 3,500 GWh of hydrogen by 2030, powered by renewable energy sources, to replace natural gas and petroleum in various sectors. The strategy, backed by a dedicated committee, envisions significant environmental and economic benefits, including reduced carbon emissions, decreased oil and gas imports, and substantial investments in the hydrogen supply chain.
Jun 5, 2023
U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap
The "U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap" is a collaborative effort involving various agencies, experts, and stakeholders. It aims to present a comprehensive plan for clean hydrogen production, transport, storage, and utilization in the United States, supporting national decarbonization goals over the next 30 years.
Jun 5, 2023
Maritime Fuel Cell Generator Project: 2018 – 2023
This report summarizes activity in the Maritime Fuel Cell (MarFC) Generator Project from 2018 – 2023. A brief review is given of the project background, including its origins, objectives, a description of the MarFC itself, and a summary of the first deployment period.
Jun 1, 2023
U.S. Department of Energy Clean Hydrogen Production Standard (CHPS) Guidance
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Clean Hydrogen Production Standard (CHPS) Guidance establishes a greenhouse gas emissions target of ≤4.0 kgCO2e/kgH2 for clean hydrogen. It endorses various production methods, including fossil fuels with carbon capture and renewables, aiming to reduce supply chain emissions and sync with global hydrogen markets.
May 9, 2023
DOE Awards $22.1 Million to Advance Promising Nuclear Technologies—Including Clean Hydrogen Production from Nuclear Power
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today awarded $22.1 million to 10 industry-led projects, including two aimed at expanding clean hydrogen production with nuclear energy.
Jan 12, 2023
Turkey's Hydrogen Technologies Strategy and Roadmap
Turkey's Hydrogen Technologies Strategy and Roadmap, outlined by the Ministry, emphasizes the nation's commitment to a sustainable energy future, targeting carbon neutrality by 2053. Leveraging its rich renewable energy potential and aiming to reduce green hydrogen production costs, Turkey envisions becoming a significant player in the global hydrogen market, with strategies spanning from transportation to industry and renewable energy integration.
Jan 9, 2023
India's National Green Hydrogen Mission
India's "NATIONAL GREEN HYDROGEN MISSION" aims to establish the country as a global hub for Green Hydrogen production, usage, and export, leveraging its vast renewable energy resources. With a target to produce at least 5 Million Metric Tonne (MMT) of Green Hydrogen annually by 2030, the mission outlines a phased approach, emphasizing technology scaling, cost reduction, and infrastructure development for a comprehensive Green Hydrogen ecosystem.
Nov 7, 2022
Namibia's Green Hydrogen and Derivatives Strategy
Namibia's "Green Hydrogen and Derivatives Strategy" outlines the nation's ambition to harness its renewable energy resources for green hydrogen production, aiming to contribute up to US$6 billion to its GDP and create 80,000 jobs by 2030. The strategy envisions exporting hydrogen products globally, establishing three hydrogen valleys within the country, and fostering a green fuel ecosystem across Southern Africa.
Oct 5, 2022
Singapore’s National Hydrogen Strategy
Singapore envisions low-carbon hydrogen as a cornerstone for its net-zero ambitions by 2050, especially given its limited renewable energy resources. Emphasizing its role in decarbonizing various sectors, from power to maritime, Singapore's strategy focuses on advanced hydrogen projects, R&D, international partnerships, infrastructure planning, and workforce development, while seeking global collaboration to maximize hydrogen's potential.