Tagged With Low carbon energy markets
Low-carbon hydrogen prices close to parity with grey
23 December 2021
ICIS price assessments show high carbon prices caused blue hydrogen premiums over grey to narrow in 2021
Energy sector ranks hydrogen top priority for R&D
10 December 2021
Some 38pc of those surveyed by law firm WBD consider hydrogen as the transition technology for which R&D is the most important
Hydrogen needs strong carbon price
9 December 2021
Global carbon trading schemes need higher prices to incentivise hydrogen projects, says panel
Hydrogen contracts to differ from LNG
8 December 2021
Take-or-pay contracts and destination clauses will be hard to implement in hydrogen market
The six pillars of hydrogen policy
1 December 2021
Lobby group the Hydrogen Council outlines the key policy elements needed to unlock clean hydrogen investment
EU targets €1.8/kg green hydrogen
30 November 2021
Goal announced at the start of European Hydrogen Week, which aims to bring together industry and policymakers
Green hydrogen costs approaching $3/kg
19 November 2021
Falling prices for wholesale electricity generation and electrolysers are helping green hydrogen approach the costs of the grey variety in some regions
RWE to build 2GW of electrolyser capacity by 2030
15 November 2021
Firm will invest €500mn/yr on flexible generation and hydrogen technologies over coming decade
Hydrogen will develop regionally before global market
29 October 2021
First steps towards making hydrogen a tradeable energy commodity globally will likely be regionalised markets, says panel
SE Asian nations need better hydrogen strategy – panel
27 October 2021
Region is lagging Australia and countries in East Asia and Europe in the hydrogen race
PE Live: Long-term policies needed to grow hydrogen economy
21 October 2021
CfDs, carbon price hub model and infrastructure investment all vital if market is to grow, says panel
Making the market: How to structure commercial-scale hydrogen projects
13 October 2021
A number of structuring options are available for commercial-scale green and blue hydrogen projects in the energy sector
Making the market: How to structure commercial-scale hydrogen projects
13 October 2021
A number of structuring options are available for commercial-scale green and blue hydrogen projects in the energy sector
Making the market: How to structure commercial-scale hydrogen projects
13 October 2021
A number of structuring options are available for commercial-scale green and blue hydrogen projects in the energy sector
Governments must act now on hydrogen – IEA
4 October 2021
Gap remains between current funding commitments and what is needed to achieve 2050 net-zero emissions goals
Hydrogen investors demand security of offtake deals
1 October 2021
Long-term contracts will be needed to mitigate risk as investors assess bankability of multiple clean hydrogen production projects
Utah power plant on track to burn hydrogen
1 October 2021
IPP Renewed power plant aims to burn 30pc green hydrogen from 2025 and 100pc by 2045
Will the UK’s “colour-blind” hydrogen strategy accelerate the transition?
30 September 2021
The government’s strategy proposes a twin-track of blue and green hydrogen development
Will the UK’s “colour-blind” hydrogen strategy accelerate the transition?
30 September 2021
The government’s strategy proposes a twin-track of blue and green hydrogen development
Will the UK’s “colour-blind” hydrogen strategy accelerate the transition?
30 September 2021
The government’s strategy proposes a twin-track of blue and green hydrogen development
Blue hydrogen must pave way for green
24 September 2021
Report from US-based Rhodium Group says green hydrogen will be hard to scale quickly, meaning other forms of the fuel will be necessary
Siemens Energy sees $1.5/kg green hydrogen by 2025
21 September 2021
Cost of green hydrogen will fall, but it will still struggle to compete against grey hydrogen without incentives, report says
Positioning for a lower-carbon energy future
1 July 2020
Energy is essential. Accessible and affordable supplies of energy support the ability to meet the basic requirements of life and fuel society's progress around the world.