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The UK government's proposal for a levy on energy bills to support the installation of hydrogen infrastructure risks a backlash against the sector, critics have warned.

The green hydrogen electrolyser market is on the cusp of rapid expansion. We talk to Arne Ballantine, CEO of electrolyser manufacturer Ohmium, about how it can scale rapidly in an ever-evolving market.

North Sea nations are planning 300GW of offshore wind paired with green hydrogen production, but the power-to-X sector needs a plan to avoid bottlenecks and other obstacles.

The UK Government has followed the announcement of its first Net Zero Hydrogen Fund winning projects by publishing more details about its hydrogen strategy. But it is blue hydrogen projects, not green, that have dominated so far.

The United Nations has warned that the world is heading into a water crisis because of “vampiric overconsumption”. How can developers in the green hydrogen industry ensure that water access does not derail their projects?

The European Hydrogen Bank is part of the EU's response to US incentives for green hydrogen in the Inflation Reduction Act. We look at its goals and some of the immediate questions from industry.

ACWA Power, Air Products and NEOM Company have this week reached an $8.5bn financial close for their NEOM Green Hydrogen Project in Saudi Arabia, which is set to produce 600 tonnes of green hydrogen each day. We look at why this close is significant for the nascent green hydrogen sector.

There is no shortage of reports telling us that green hydrogen electrolyser makers are poised for growth in the next decade. It is an easy conclusion to reach with the surging policy support for green hydrogen in Asia, Europe and the US.

December 20, 2022

It’s almost time for the festive break. But before we go and eat our body weight in chocolate, let’s look back at some of the biggest news for green hydrogen in 2022. It has been a big year for the sector, but how far has it come?

There are 680 large hydrogen projects in development worldwide worth a total of $240bn, the Hydrogen Council has said. If the technology is to play a major role in helping the world reach zero, there must be $700bn invested by 2030.