Brussels and Buenos Aires agreed to work for a “stable delivery” of gas to Europe while cracking down on methane leaks and building renewables
The EU signed green hydrogen agreements with Egypt, Kazakhstan, Morocco and Namibia to supply the bloc with the gas ahead of its 2030 goals.
Olaf Scholz is boosting gas infrastructure projects on the basis they will be “hydrogen-ready”, which experts say is unrealistic and risks locking in high emissions
Europe needs low-carbon hydrogen and the Middle-East and North Africa can produce it
EU green investment rules facilitate the rollout of blue hydrogen, a fuel that could be more polluting than the fossil gas it is set to replace
Saudi Arabia wants to become a leading exporter of hydrogen from both clean and dirty sources as part of an economic diversification plan
The EU’s biggest economies are investing billions of euros in building clean hydrogen fuel capacity to decarbonise heavy industry and transport
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Scientists have developed a simple system which allows solar energy to be stored in the form of hydrogen
A new technique using sunlight and mirrors to extract hydrogen gas from water could pave the way for the expansion of clean hydrogen energy
Morning briefing: car giants to cooperate on power cells for cars, set to launch by 2020
Consortium including Toyota, Nissan and government departments begins planning national rollout of hydrogen transport
The UK’s Isle of Wight is looking to inspire islands around the world with its push for energy independence and wholesale carbon cuts that would make any government blush.