The Next Wave hydrogen project continues – Funding for Phase 2 granted

The Nordic Hydrogen Partnership (NHP) has been granted financing by Nordic Innovation – extending its heavy-duty hydrogen transport collaboration project in the Nordic countries. From the beginning of 2022, Nordic Innovation has granted NHP and partners funding to continue and broaden their activities to push deployment of heavy-duty hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure through the Next…

Strandmøllen receives investment support for hydrogen production in Sweden

Strandmøllen receives investment support for hydrogen production in Sweden Strandmøllen has been granted investment support by Klimatklivet for the construction of a 2 MW plant for hydrogen production in Ljungby, Småland. The plant is expected to be operational in the autumn of 2023. Klimatklivet’s investment support is aimed at local and regional arrangements that reduce…

New PtX plant in Esbjerg

The Swiss energy company H2 Energy Europe vil build Europe’s largest Power-to-X plant in Esbjerg. The plant, which is expected to be 1GW, will be ready in 2024 and will convert wind into green hydrogen, which will be used directly in the heavy land transport. The Swiss energy company expects to create 200 to 300…

Air Liquide will supply H2 Hub Airport in France with hydrogen

Air Liquide is going to contribute to the Île-de-France region’s H2 Hub Airport project, which involves the transformation of a number of Paris airport into hydrogen hubs. This is part of a broader effort by the region to participate in the European Commission’s goal of reaching zero-emission aircraft by 2035. Air Liquide will supply these…

Citroën introduces new hydrogen van

Citroën har introduced its new ë-Jumpy Hydrogen – a van powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which among other things offers more than a 400 km long distance on one tank a refueling time of less than three minutes. Citroën ë-Jumpy Hydrogen is the company’s first hydrogen-powered van which still manages to maintain its volume and…

Renault will spread hydrogen cars in Europe

Renault Group, in collaboration with Plug Power, is forming the company Hyvia, which aims to spread hydrogen cars and infrastructure in Europe. It is hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles, the so-called LCVs, and therefore not passenger cars, that will be put on roads, and the first vehicle will be completed already this year and will be followed…