H2 & Carbon Capture Newsletter #13 | March 10, 2023

ABB and Pace CCS partner to drive carbon capture and storage growth 3/3/3023

ABB and Pace CCS join forces to deliver a solution that reduces the cost of integrating carbon capture and storage (CCS) into new and existing industrial operations This post appeared first on Hydrocarbon Processing.

Ballard Supplying Hydrogen Fuel Cells for High-Horsepower Application 3/1/2023

Ballard Power Systems is supplying First Mode with 30 hydrogen fuel cell modules to power several hybrid hydrogen and battery ultra-class mining haul trucks. The fuel cell modules will be integrated into powerplants built in Seattle and installed in trucks that will be operated at First Mode’s Proving Grounds in Centralia, Wash. The trucks are […] This post appeared first on NGT News.

CF Industries-Lotte sign MoU for clean ammonia offtake in South Korea 1/3/2023

CF Industries announced that it has entered into a MoU with LOTTE CHEMICAL that will guide the companies in a joint exploration of clean ammonia production and long-term clean ammonia offtake into South Korea. This post appeared first on Hydrocarbon Processing.

The Hydrogen Stream: BMW unveils hydrogen car demonstration fleet 2/28/2023

BMW has launched its iX5 Hydrogen vehicle pilot fleet, with plans to start production by the end of the decade. Everfuel and Hy24, meanwhile, have launched a joint venture to accelerate hydrogen development in Scandinavia. This post appeared first on PV Magazine.

Westport Adding Manufacturing Capacity to Support Growth in Hydrogen Business 2/27/2023

Westport Fuel Systems Inc., a company focused on low-emissions alternative fuel transportation technologies, says it intends to expand its global manufacturing footprint in China in support of future growth of Westport’s hydrogen componentry business and other alternative fuel system technologies. Westport is focusing on China for this manufacturing expansion as China leads the world in […] This post appeared first on NGT News.

When it comes to hydrogen, we’re probably overestimating NOx emissions 2/27/2023

Like natural gas, combusting hydrogen at high temperatures produces nitrogen oxide whose emissions need to be permitted by an environmental regulator and controlled. This post appeared first on Power Engineering.

Current Climate: Funding For Carbon-Reduction Tech Hits $4.2 Billion 2/27/2023

Venture capital investment slowed down in 2022 for many industries after reaching new highs in 2021, but that wasn’t the case for carbon mitigation. Last year investors pumped nearly $4.2 billion into startups working on technology to reduce CO2 emissions, up from $3.6 billion in 2021, according to PitchBook.

Gas-hydrogen blending test for German home heating nears 30% target 2/27/2023

OEHRINGEN, Germany, Feb 13 (Reuters) – A German project aimed at boosting clean energy for home heating expects to hit a key milestone of 30% “green” energy blended with natural gas heating some households south-west of the country within weeks, the company behind the project said.

Truckers and subsidies rev up interest in fuel cell vehicles – Reuters 2/27/2023

Vehicles with hydrogen fuel cells, in which hydrogen mixes with oxygen to produce water and energy to power a battery, can refuel in minutes and …

Truckers and subsidies rev up interest in fuel cell vehicles – Reuters

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): Frequently Asked Questions 2/27/2023

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is purported to collect or “capture” carbon dioxide generated by high-emitting activities, and is therefore commonly proposed as a technology to help meet global energy and climate goals. However, CCS does not address the core drivers of the climate crisis or meaningfully reduce greenhouse emissions, and should not distract from real climate solutions. Below you’ll find a compilation of some of the most frequently asked questions related to CCS.

CarbonFree and bp collaborate to help bring carbon capture & utilization technology to industrial sites around the world 2/27/2023

BP and CarbonFree announce an agreement to collaborate on the development of carbon capture and utilization projects using CarbonFree’s SkyCycleTM technology. bp ventures has been an investor in CarbonFree for nearly 10 years.

Biden administration releases $2.5 B for carbon capture programs 2/25/2023

The Biden Administration announced $2.52 B in funding for two carbon management programs to catalyze investments in transformative carbon capture systems and carbon transport and storage technologies. This post appeared first on Hydrocarbon Processing.

The Hydrogen Stream: Novel design for high-power PEM fuel cells 2/27/2023

PV Magazine, South Korean researchers have revealed a scalable production method for platinum-based fuel cell catalysts, while Germany moved forward on its hydrogen strategy by signing agreements with Australia, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

The EPA Needs To Start Permitting Wells For Carbon Dioxide Sequestration 2/27/2023

The Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, has approved zero permits for carbon dioxide sequestration wells over the past several years even though the Energy Act of 2020Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act give great incentives for CCS. Industry, landowners, and Congress are questioning EPA’s leadership FORBES

Global Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Market Size & Share to Surpass USD 10.84 Billion by 2028, Growing at 27.56% CAGR 2/28/2023

The key market players listed in the report with their sales, revenues and strategies are Royal Dutch Shell PLC, Fluor Corporation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Linde Plc, Exxon Mobil Corporation, JGC Holdings Corporation, Schlumberger Limited, Aker Solutions, Honeywell International Inc., Halliburton, C-Capture Ltd., Tandem Technical, Carbicrete, Hitachi Ltd., Siemens AG, General Electric, Total S.A., Equinor ASA, and others. Facts & Factors

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