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Hydrogen projects update - edition 5

Hydrogen Economist looks at the new hydrogen projects added to our database and the progress made on existing developments

Twenty-eight new projects were added to our database in the last two weeks, primarily across green and blue hydrogen. Of the new projects, 15 are in Europe (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden and the UK), seven are in North America (Canada and the US), five in Asia-Pacific (Australia, Japan and South Korea) and one in the Middle East (Oman). In Denmark, energy system operator Energinet and European energy infrastructure company Gasunie released a technical study that outlined Denmark’s capacity to supply 10-15pc of Germany’s future hydrogen demand. According to the study, a new dedicated hydrogen pipeline between Denmark and Germany could export up t



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